I am a sculptor and painter, with an eagerness to learn new things. When I work I apply all my effort and skills to a job as I am only satisfied when I feel I have done all the work I can. I am a graduate from BA Technical Arts & Special Effects course at Wimbledon College of Art. I have been taught by a wide range of professionals including one to one lessons with sculptors from Madame Tussaud’s covering portraiture and the torso. Previous to this course I studied at Central Saint Martins where I developed my sculpting skills as well as the concepts and designing processes of my work. I also studied at Kensington and Chelsea I found my artistic origins and experimented by created some giant sculptures: ten-foot tall hares boxing and a life-size kart horse made from plaster, chicken wire and wooden armatures.
My website is here: nedsworkshop.wordpress.com/
Situated in the idyllic location of Harberton, deep in the south hams, is where Spencer brings his creations to life. As an Artist Blacksmith, he strives to produce work which is both innovative and contemporary, using traditional forging techniques and taking them into the future.
“Techniques and forms are things I find constantly evolving with the fire and imagination”. He designs and makes individual bespoke items such as gates railings and public sculpture from conception to right through to installation.
An award-winning Blacksmith with 25yrs professional experience. Commissions are undertaken for both interior and exterior traditionally forged by hand.
my website can be found at http://www.devonblacksmith.co.uk
Spencer Larcombe – Exhibitions.
2016 Wonderworks – Contemporary Craft Fair – Chagford
2016 Crux Craft Fair – Rattery
2016 Edge Heathercombe Sculpture Trail – Devon
2015 The Roots of Growth – Contemporary Forged Metalwork Exhibition – Torquay
Morth has been creating statements in sculpture and print-making for over 20 years, often dramatising narratives in the natural world and current affairs. Morth studied sculpture from life at Harrow College and then expanded his creative exploration on the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at West Dean College. Now he works regularly from Nina Cairns’ Mapstone Studio in Devon, being one of her initial sculptors. He loves clay and also practices in plaster, burnt wood and bronze.
Alongside sculpture, Morth has developed printmaking techniques at Double Elephant in Exeter. He has adapted monotype printing in some of his paper-clay pieces.
His website can be found at www.morth.co.uk