Sculptors

Hilary Bradt

Hilary is a new member of our group – her details will be added soon…

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Ani Buckland

I am inspired by the physical, sensual, emotional and relational experiences of the human life cycle and reflecting upon the wider human experience through psychological and classical sources.

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Derek Cadle

Horse

Derek Cadle’s work involves detailed observation, is mainly figurative, human or animal and depicts either mood or motion.

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Isabel Coulton

My work has evolved over many years since my studies in 1985, where I learnt traditional wood carving techniques, and worked in furniture restoration studios in London.

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Tati Dennehy

The main area of exploration for my work is the human form and its connection to nature, feeling,and relationship. My pieces are built up in coils of clay; sculptural and occasionally functional, they celebrate the body in its many forms.

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Jenny Distin

As a sculptor I prefer to work in wood as it has a life and personality of its own. I approach the wood with an open mind, never planning in advance but carving whatever the wood wants to be, working almost entirely without sketches or models and using the natural shape and grain of the wood as my inspiration.

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Rose Ellis

I remember making things from mud in the garden before I started school, and this involvement with clay and sculpture has been a reliable companion throughout my life. I was fortunate to attend a school which valued creativity and where I was able to spend time in the pottery workshop from eleven years upwards.

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Melanie Guy

Melanie is known mostly for her work in metals. She enjoys community based work and has taught art and design in schools and colleges for twenty years. She is also a partner in a design company.

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Angela Holmes

My personal work and passion is stone carving. Using Cornish and Dorset stones I create fluid forms which invite tactile journeys. Although not directly figurative, the pieces explore varied moods and qualities: poise, protection, expectancy, inspiration, dialogue and expansion.

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Bev Knowlden

My work is thoughtful, haunting, and evocative – sculptures of people and creatures… Curious and unusual.
I have always been intrigued by the human form, especially faces. I strive to find the very essence of the model and inject that quality into the sculpture: a wry smile, a pensive look…

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Jean Lock

My sculpture is all inspired by the human form, and I work mainly in clay which is then cast into bronze or bronze resin. I also enjoy working with wire and papier mache, to try and capture the movement of figures dancing or skating.

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Anne Marie Moss

Some of my work is based on the human form, themes tend to be: fertility, motherhood, male and female bond. My ideas are carved in local stones; Polyphant, Portland, Bath, Beer and more recently alabaster.

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David Newman

I took up stone carving in 2008, having done a 3 day course a couple of years earlier and found it challenging and absorbing. Since then I have been carving experimentally in an intuitive manner, but have in the last year started carving more geometric type of forms in Purbeck stone.

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Verity Newman

I fulfilled a longstanding wish in completing a degree in Art practise as a mature student, and earning first class honours. In our first year, during a drawing module, we were asked to draw a head with wire. This was the moment I fell in love with sculpture…

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Helen Ridehalgh

Helen Ridehalgh trained in Fine Art at Bath Academy of Art 1963 – 66. A wide range of teaching experience before lecturing at Camberwell 1978 – 95 in drawing and history of ceramics to the Ceramic Department. Work represented in many English and European exhibitions/collections.

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Luke Shepherd

For the past 30 years I have been studying the human head, fascinated by a desire to unravel its mystery. The sculptural journey that I am undertaking has footprints… these are my bronzes. Sitters include Billy Connolly, The Late the Rt Hon Viscount Tonypandy and Great Indian Sage HWL Poonja.

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Martin Staniforth

Way before now, Morth could be found designing bits of production line at Austin Rover, Longbridge. From engineering, Morth transitioned to Saatchi & Saatchi and CDP where he practised distilling complex narratives.

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Spencer Larcombe

The products we craft are original, tactile and functional for a variety of uses around the home. As with the Gates and Railings we offer, everything is hot forged to ensure each item you receive is truly unique. As a result our designs are perfect for kitchens, bedrooms, studies and bathrooms. Simply let us know which items you require and how many are needed and our skilled blacksmith will take care of the rest. All items can be finished for exterior use.

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Edward Thomas

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…

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Pippa Unwin

My career has been quite varied – I have been 1st mate on a 50’ yacht, worked for the RSPCA, written and illustrated children’s books and painted scenery for Salisbury Playhouse, but have always been fascinated with stone and carving.

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Sharon Windebank

Sharon is a new member of our group – her details will be added soon…

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Jan O’Highway

In 3-dimensional work I fuse ceramic and glass for mosaics and sculpture, often combining these pieces with reclaimed and found materials. I love the vibrancy of light passing through glass and the extraordinary richness of shape and variety to be found in something so ordinary as a broken toy or squashed can on the road…

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Miguel Valentini

Some life events, thoughts, feelings… Born in Tigre (Argentina). Happy childhood. Adolescence full of curiosity. Lots of travelling, seeing different cultures, ways of being. Discovering in horse riding/training an excellent way to connect and communicate with another being. Encountering meditation, Buddhist teachings, yoga, non-duality. Finding new, unexpected realities, alternative angles to perceive the experience of life.

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