Winchester School of Art (Fine Art Sculpture / 2006)
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The inspiration for my work derives from natural forms, be it organic shapes found in nature or the human figure. My steel work concentrates on the human form often portraying its physical power when it is pushed to extreme levels of exertion and flexibility, sometimes representing my own experiences within sport. When working with stone I use the natural shape of the material for guidance before releasing the form within. The physical process of working, which is often very demanding is important to me, as by combining physical and mental energy I am able to create the desired outcome.
Sculpture at Coughton Court Gardens, Coughton Court, Warwickshire.
Onform London 2013, The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras, London
Sculpture at Doddington, Doddington Hall, Lincolnshire.
On Form 2012, Asthall Manor, Oxfordshire.
Expressions of Movement 2012, The Grove Hotel, Hertfordshire.
Shadow Casting Performance Collaboration, Area10 Peckham, London.
Art Contact Summer Exhibition, Limberhurst Arts Centre, Cambridgeshire.
The Sculpture Show, Marle Plaace Gardens, Kent.
The Sculpture Show, Trull House, Gloucestershire.
Collect4, DegreeArt.com, Vyner Street, London.
The Bergh Apton Sculpture Trail, Bergh Apton, Norfolk.
Art In the Garden, Harrold Hillier Gardens, Hampshire.
Winchester School of Art, Degree Show 2006, Sculpture. Winchester School of Art.
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Looking out to TroySize(HxWxD):70x63x22cm
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