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 Yearly Exhibitions > 2016 Exhibition:

2016 Sculpture Exhibition

Which takes place yearly at Sausmarez Manor, Guernsey.

Artists 64 Sculptures 132

1. 

Marie Ackers

  Marie Ackers was born in France, her work is initially inspired and influenced by the work of the 19th century "French Animaliers", such as Jules Pierre Mene and Antoine Louis Barye. Recently Marie`s inspiration is changing toward more modern sculptor such as inspired by Marino Marini, Henry Moore and Lynn Chadwick... Marie Acker`s work is not about scientific measurements but it is about capturing the spirit and the essence of the subject. It is about capturing life. She works on private commissions but also continues developing a portfolio of limited, numbered and signed edition in bronze with few work also available (in a very limited number) in cold cast bronze.
 
a. Thoroughbred Head Study (Horse Head Bust sculpture statue statuette)   Bronze  1/6  £8,500 


2. 

Carol Acworth

  Carol Acworth lives and works in the Languedoc region of the South of France. A sculptor of rare talent, Carol looks at the humanity and feeling of her subject matter. Although she produces such varied pieces, there is a constant vein of vigour of movement and texture that demands to be touched. Her work is to be found in many homes in England, Scotland and Wales, including that of Penelope Keith, and in Kuwait, Singapore, Italy, France, New Zealand and the United States. Commissions include a Madonna and Child in Oak, for St Peters Church, Petersfield, and a bust of John Bowen, who gave his garden in Petersfield to the town for the use of the public. Other works in public places include Petersfield Hospital, and King Edward School Witley. Carol states: "If my sculpture touches the heart, then it has achieved its real goal, to bring a little tenderness, a little light, a little healing, a little truth, a little humour and a little love into a struggling world".
 
a. Ewe (bronze resin Lying Resting Sheep garden/Yard statues sculptures)   Bronze Resin  /30  £997 
b. Lamb (bronze resin Sleeping Resting garden Yard sculptures statues)   Bronze Resin  /30  £264 


3. 

Carole Andrews FRBS, BA(Hons)

  Carole Andrews has been making sculpture for about 15 years after gaining a degree in Fine Art from Kent University, and is a fellow of The Royal British Society of Sculptors.
 
a. Drift (abstract Outdoor Contemporary Flowers garden/Yard statues)   Aluminium Resin, Carbon Fibre  1/1  £1,500 
b. Flora (abstract Big Modern Out Size Outdoor Floral garden statues)   Aluminium, Steel, Resin  1/1  £2,500 
c. Red Villosa (Giant Outsize abstract Floral garden/Yard decorations)   Aluminium Resin  1/1  £2,500 


4. 

Anon of the East

  Occasionally work from the East stands out for sheer quality of workmanship and this selection we have made, has we feel, this certain something. The low prices reflect the lower costs and in consequence are remarkable bargains. The works are by a variety of different anonymous artists.
 
a. Cockerel (Large Strutting Cosk or Rooster statue)   Bronze  u/l  £1,800 
b. Cockerel (Small Strutting Standing garden sculpture)   Bronze  u/l  £800 
c. Little Angel (bronze Classically Inspired Small garden/Yard nude statue)   Bronze  u/l  £4,834 
d. Water Carrier (Art Deco life size nude garden Fountain)   Bronze  u/l  £6,000 


5. 

Anon of the Orient

  The works are by a variety of different anonymous artists. Who have carved and polished each piece with the patience and skill only found in the ancient tradition of China.
 
a. Dancing Girl (nude Pink Carved marble life size Flower Garlands statue)   Sunset Red Marble  u/l  £3,645 
b. nude with Urn (Modern Semi abstract Carved marble garden/Yard statue)   Marble  u/l  £1,640 


6. 

Jo Ansell SSS

 
 
a. Morphe (abstract Flowing Form Carved Contemporary stone statue)   Hand carved marble/mineral stone  1/1  POA 
b. Savannah (female Torso Carved stone Stylised Contemporary statue)   available in bronze resin  1/1  £1,550 
c. Secret Woman 11 (Peace and Gentle Semi abstract nude sculpture)   Hand carved marble/ mineral stone  1/1  £1,480 


7. 

Felicity Aylieff BA (Hons)

  Felicity Aylieff`s desire that both the form and the surface of her work should be emotionally, visually and physically satisfying, is captured in the one piece we managed to get from her. Just as happy in the landscape as the work space, her highly tactile and original work is in demand wherever she exhibits. She is currently lecturing at the Royal Academy.
 
a. Spiral   White Clay, terracotta, aggregates  2/5  £3,350 


8. 

Patrick Barker BA (Hons), MRBS

  Patrick Barker`s charming, rounded, friendly figures have been snapped up by, amongst others, collectors in Holland, Austria, France, Germany, Singapore, Italy, Thailand, USA. Lord Carrington, Michael Hestletine, Tom Stoppard, and Pru Leith have pieces in their collections. This sculpture was being created for the festival and is shown in an incomplete state.
 
a. In a tangle (Fun Curled up Man Stone garden statues)   French Limestone  1/1  £3,334 


9. 

Alison Bell MA Hons, ARBS

  Alison Bell captures memories of the freedom of childhood – the energy and spontaneity, the days of living and playing in your own imagination and the unfettered physical joy of it all. The work celebrates those moments when we scaled fortresses, stood on the ramparts as king of the castle or dared ourselves to leapfrog over the moon.
 
a. Wee Giant (bronze Baby Squatting Sitting garden Yard statue sculpture)   Bronze  /8  £3,950 


10. 

Alan Biggs BA (Hons)

  Alan Biggs Trained at Reading University and the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris and having taken early retirement from teaching plunged into sculpture and portraiture and was selected for the RA Summer Exhibition. His time is almost entirely taken up by commissions so we are lucky to have his work to show his incredible talent for the human form in repose and motion.
 
a. Deer and Fawn (Standing Calmly bronze resin Outdoor garden statues)   Bronze Resin  /21  £3,000 
b. Mara (Little Girl Dancing garden Yard Outdoor Cold Cast statues)   Bronze Resin  /21  £1,500 
c. Paula (Young life size Girl Child Looking garden sculptures statues)   Resin Bronze  /21  £1,350 
d. The Golden Apple (Dancing nude Girl Goddess garden statue statuette)   Resin Bronze  /21  £2,950 


11. 

Monika Brors

  Monika Brors was brought up in Germany and was a student of Guiseppe Del Debbio at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence. Her Bronzes are cast at a traditional Italian bronze foundry just outside Florence. She understands how expertly to capture the characteristics of a theme in delicate, light tones, reflecting her positive attitude and view of life. They draw the observer closer to `The Lightness of Being`.
 
a. Grautier mit Reiter (bronze Donkey and Rider statues)   Bronze    £5,295 


12. 

Gill Brown SWA

  Gill Brown, after 5 years studying sculpture at the Liverpool College of Art, worked in America, Kenya and the North of England. All of which have influenced her in her figurative and abstract art. Only working in bronze, using cire perdue, she has work in collections in most parts of the country and you can see why. She is one of the finest proponents in bronze abstract sculptures today in Britain.
 
a. Airborne (bronze Flying Pair of Birds Indoor/Outdoor sculptures/statue)   Bronze  6/9  £4,335 
b. CIRQUE DE LA VIE (abstract Circus Performers Acrobats statuette)   BRONZE    £3,992 
c. Reflections (bronze Contemporary abstract Swans statues sculptures)   Bronze    £6,850 
d. Stork (Small Wader Striking at Prey bronze sculpture)   Bronze  /12  £2,900 


13. 

Thomas Brown

  Tom`s work concentrates on the sheer and permanent beauty of form in nature. He aims to express the power and vibrancy of the living world through the tactile mediums of clay and stone in all their beauty and timeless variety and is proud to be swimming against the present tide of the abstract and the conceptual in current art practice.
 
a. Baroque Lion after Canova (stone resin sculpture)   Stone Resin    £3,050 
b. River God (Carved stone Head garden statues)   Portland Stone  1/1  £18,334 


14. 

Wenqin Chen MA

  Wenqin Chen was born in 1979 in Fujian, Zhang Zhou, where he studied at the Art&Design School of Fuzhou University during 1995-1999. In Sep. 1999 he studied at the Academy of Art and Design, Tsinghua University in Beijing before going abroad for a MA degree at the Winchester School of Art, Southampton University in UK. Since 2007 he has been teaching in University. His academic pursuit, he bases in the Chinese culture and pursue an understanding of the western world and its culture with a main focus in European modern art. Since 2000`s, Wenqin Chen has used Chinese calligraphy, sculpture and installation to explore the relationship between life, art and their diversity. He created the work "Human Civilization, Spirit and Strength" (2004 MA final degree show). The beings of life, the analysis of our current living environment tensions and the wonder of the human experience have set Wenqin’s intellectual inquiry. He explains: "When we recognize this resource of life, we will then cherish it.”He also uses some readymade directly into his own artistic forms, through combination and installation showing its meaning. The representative art works of this period are: “Speciment” (2007), “Hot Bed” (2007) and “Up Side Down” (2007) which won the runner-up of the annual competition at British Saatchi Gallery in 2009, etc. While contemplating the origin of life, Wenqin Chen became fascinated and inspired by the forms of the human baby and created a series of works inspired by it. As an example, the instalation of work "Your Turn" (2008), he explained: "The great life is growing in the competition,”and the “Life Posture”.During the following year (2009), he created the work of “Standing Egg” which realized his thought: "Can we then push the thinking of the origin of life forward? Thisthought advances our understanding of the life cycle and distills its meaning with the simplicity of an embryo.” For all of time, the egg and the embryo are the most enduring and significant beings existents and are at the basis of perpetuating life itself. As a source of inspirationand research Wenqin Chen studied extensively the human body, various scientific journals and statements, real life examples, and countless images. Examples are illustrated in the series of works“Before a baby comes out of its mother`s body” (2011-2015) and "Beautiful Evolution" (2013-present). In analyzing the life body with its infinitepossibilities, Wenqin Chen’s subject of enquiry emerged. Of equal importance, he is passionate about the dialog created between the positive and negative spaces that surround his work. As a way of expressing “the energy of space,” he emphasizes the momentum of the object to symbolize life’s release or “birth,”while extending the implied energy field to its largest range. The representative works are: "pregnant" (2001), "Endless Curve" (2009) (which won the Public Speaks at the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize 2011 in UK), "Moving" (2012), "Expanding" (2014), "Water Drop" (2014), "Story Beginning" (2015) and a series work of "Be in Here" (2015). Within his exploration of the life, the egg is reduced into its essence as atoms, molecules, or cells. When combinedwith things or objects, a physical or chemical reaction occurs which has been the basis for these sculptures: “Is it mine”? (2013-2015),“Kissing” (2015), and“Belonging” (2015).“When we look at these structures under a microscope, each object has its own constituent elements alive, jumping and wiggling.” Sculptures inspired by this phenomenon are within a series of work,“Bring Out” (2009), “Bring Out No.1” which has been short listed for the inaugural Spitalfields Sculpture Prize in London, and“Loving” (2010), etc. To further explore this microscopic physical event, Wenqin Chen is capturing it visually in two dimensional works.Paintings of bright colors bring rich emotion and vitality to the canvas. These representative works include: A series of "Miraculous Journey" (2010) and "Stories of Story" (2015- present). These arcs of simplicity expressed with color diversity are not pre-designed. They are a visual representation through the process of comprehending and elaborating on the vastness of life. "Everything has life, life is everywhere." This is the truth Wenqin Chen consistently explores in his works. Along with this truth he continues to make works which will stimulate our psychological and physiological reactions.
 
a. Be In Here I No 1 (stainless Steel Elipses Indoor statue)   Stainless Steel  /30  £4,587 
b. Be In Here IV No 1   Stainless Steel  /30  £4,880 
c. Endless Curve No.1 (Outdoor stainless Steel Loop statue)   Stainless steel sculpture, granite  30  £4,465 
d. Expanding No. 1 (abstract Diabalo stainless Steel statue)   Stainless Steel  /30  £5,400 


15. 

Fanny Lam Christie BA (Hons)

  Fanny Lam Christie is a contemporary sculptor working full time from her studio in Perthshire, Scotland since 2005. Her work explores the relationship between human activities and nature. The environment and ecological interests are among her recurring themes.
 
a. Per Ardua (abstract Contemporary bronze sculpture)   bronze  £7,500 
b. Surge (abstract bronze Salmon Flow sculpture)   bronze  /5  £4,000 
c. The Encounter (Semi- abstract bronze Deer sculpture)   bronze  1/1  £8,000 


16. 

Daniel Clahane MA (WSA), BA (Hons), ARBS

  He has work in private and public collections across the world who recognize his passion for releasing from stone the innate truth of the origins of the universe and forming it into new truths. Because of pressure of demand he has had to cast some pieces in bronze of which this is a fine example.
 
a. South Wind   Bronze  1/9  £4,500 


17. 

Sophie Courtiour

  Sophie Courtiour has lived and worked in various rural environments for most of her life. She specializes in large-scale sculptures and living willow projects. Her work has been featured in many national publications and gardening magazines. (The Willow Pony can be viewed outside the Community Centre, St. Martins)
 
a. The Blackdown Beast (Woven Willow abstract Prowling Animal sculpture)   Willow  1/1  £3,334 
b. Willow Pony, (Standing Stead Commission sculpture)   Willow  1/1  £1,834 


18. 

Helle Rask Crawford

  The artist Helle Rask Crawford surrenders herself totally in the creative process. The honest expression is born through the enchantment found in sculpting. What emerges from the beautiful and manifest figuration`s is a form of personal responsibility. A dynamic act of balance in a concrete sculptural expression. The artist does not revere what is in vogue at the modern art scene. Her contract with the future is thus unpredictable, but meeting the works of the artist is very rewarding, because the ultimate freedom and pleasure in the work is so markedly prioritized. Inside and outside the domain of the time. Controlled movement is the guiding force in the handling of clay, plaster and bronze. Superficiality is only skin-deep: A sensuous joy can be sensed flowing from the artist`s fingers in the sculpting of any surface.
 
a. Dressage Artistique (bronze Adalusian Stallion/Horse Trotting sculpture)   Bronze, granit  2/8  £3,000 


19. 

Stephanie Davies-Arai BA (Hons), MA, MRBS, SSS

  Her interest is in the human form and its relation to the organic found in nature. She takes her inspiration from the landscape and the natural world, especially the South Downs where she lives. She has always tried to express something of the spirit within rather that an illustrative interpretation of the human form, and she was influenced greatly by the inner power expressed in the Buddha sculptures in Japan, where she lived and worked for 5 years.
 
a. Seated Figure (Carved stone Semi abstract figurative sculpture/statue)   Marble  1/1  £8,000 
b. Sitting female (Squatting Crossed Legged abstract statue/sculpture)   Portland Stone  1/1  £7,000 


20. 

Ben Dearnley BA (Hons)

  Ben Dearnley has been creating sculptures both large and small for many years and has gained an international reputation for the beauty and quality of his works. Here at ArtParkS his "Song of the Wind" represents a new strand to Ben`s work, in which he uses contemporary materials to explore aspects of his musical heritage. Ben has sculptures in many public and private collections throughout the world, from the Royal Academy of Music in London to sculpture parks and wineries in NSW, Australia.
 
a. Song of the Wind (Big stainless Steel abstract garden Harp sculptures)   Stainless Steel  1/1  £6,667 


21. 

Shirley Diamond

  Shirley trained in Kingston-upon-Hull, and presently lives and works in Manchester. During Summer 1994 she attended the first international symposium in Prelip, Macedonia and also presented work and a guest lecture at the Kostelec Bohemia Festival in the Czech Republic in September 1995. In 1996 she was awarded a Henry Moore Foundation Bursary that supported residences in West Yorkshire and Western Australia. Shown at Whitworth Art Gallery and the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and teaches at Bretton Hall.
 
a. A Relationship of Exchange   Stainless steel  1/1  £2,250 


22. 

Sukey Erland SPS

  Particularly accomplished in humorous and life like animals, in bronze, ceramic and resin. Exhibits widely and has an avid following and you can see why.
 
a. Erect Otter (bronze life size Upright garden/Yard/Poolside Patio statue)   Bronze  8/9  £2,700 
b. Lucy with Clover (Standing Girl garden sculptures)   Bronze resin  1/8  £2,160 


23. 

Tim Fortune BA (hons)

  Tim Fortune is an artist who`s work has been commissioned by prestigious individuals including Dame Elizabeth Frink and establishments such as Eton College and the National History Museum. He is also internationally in demand from architects and public authorities. His ideas are continually evolving and he is always finding a new creative direction. We are very lucky to have these pieces which exemplify his astonishing imagination and skill.
 
a. Drop (Large stainless Steel Syrop Drop Yard garden statue)   Stainless Steel  1/1  £14,200 
b. Guernsey Lily (Nerine Sarniensis Lily Bulb Steel statue)   Stainless Steel, Copper  1/1  £4,000 


24. 

Christine Fox BA, PGCE, MEd

  Christine Fox created abstract sculpture in stainless steel and other materials. She trained at Winchester School of Art and got her first commission when she was in the first year of the degree course there. Since then, her work has been in great demand for commissions. She was also invited to exhibit widely and her sculptures have been bought for collections all over the UK. Her last work was exploring aspects of time, and change over time. The flowing forms of the steel reflect the ebb and flow of nature as well as life, and although there is much energy in the swirling forms, there is also a sense of peace and stillness. We shall miss her and her art. This is one of the last pieces she made.
 
a. Times Arrow 2 (stainless Steel abstract garden/Yard sculpture/statues)   stainless steel  1/1  £2,550 


25. 

Shaun Gagg

  I always look to put some magic or mystery in my sculptures be it ancient echo`s from the stone age in my monoliths or just the way a figure seems to be pondering the riddles of life.
 
a. The Life`s Circles (Round Sphere garden/Yard sculpture)   Welded Steel  u/l  £399 
b. Washer Woman (Young female Torso Shiny Wall Hangings)   steel washers    £300 


26. 

Ginger Gilmour ASWA

  Ginger Gilmour is an artist with a particular vision. This vision has emerged from her life experience and the influence of many great teachers. The seed of this vision grew out of the integration of her eighteen years of marriage with Pink Floyd guitarist, David Gilmour ~ the raising of their four children and the inner longing to express her own creativity. Now what once was a seed flowers within her life, within her paintings and is allowed to be expressed in her exciting sculpture.
 
a. Aeriel (life size bronze Angel with Outstretched Wings garden/statue)   Bronze  1/9  £25,000 
b. Earth-Song of Woman (bronze abstract female Earth Mother yard statues)   Bronze  2/9  £16,667 
c. Sylph Reeds (Cold Cast Metal resin abstract Coloured Reeds)   resin (or metal)    £1,000 


27. 

Dr. Nicholas Gold MBBS

  After two careers, in the Coldstream Guards and as a G.P., he has finally found his passion for using local materials and creating works for that landscape. His work is commission only, and his whims and follies can be found in Arizona, Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. He is influenced by Military Fortification and dry stonewalling of his native Yorkshire when he is not writing, exploring or inventing.
 
a. Whim 7   Granite or any stone that is available    POA 


28. 

Elaine Green

  Elaine Green is a metalsmith who graduated in the 1990`s from Camberwell School of Art. She has worked from studios in London, Kent and Guernsey, more recently she has introduced beautiful coloured glass enamel into her work.
 
a. Magnolia Tree (Big Flowering Shrub garden sculptures)   Copper, enamel    £11,667 


29. 

Veda Hallowes ARBS

  Veda Hallowes works mainly in bronze, drawing inspiration from natural forms; fruits, seeds, birds and butterflies. Her present creative focus is on bronze wall pieces, using elements, clouds and abstract forms.We are lucky to get another edition of her most famous work Liberty.
 
a. Coral (Big bronze Outside garden or Yard sculptures)   Bronze  1/8  £6,500 
b. Jurrassic (abstract Contmporary Wall bronze sculpture)   Bronze  1/1  £380 
c. Liberty (bronze sitting Young Girl Dreaming statue)   Bronze    £9,000 
d. Nashi (Giant Apple Yard/garden sculptures/statues)   Bronze  5/9  £3,950 
e. Touching Africa (Contemporary Low Relief Wall statue)   Bronze  1/1  £800 
f. Wader (Modern abstract Small Bas Low Relief statues)   Bronze  1/1  £800 


30. 

Martin Hayward-Harris ARBS, AFC, dip AD, MSIAD

  Martin Hayward-Harris is a talented animalier who created the massive blue whale in the Natural History Museum where he trained and worked for twenty years before doing the same job in the National Museum in Copenhagen, where he worked with Europe`s greatest wild life artists. He supports the WWF with sculptures auctioned at Christies. He translates pure form into a realm beyond simplicity and sensitivity that is traditional and contemporary at the same time.
 
a. Cockerel (Poultry Rooster Cock life size bronze statues)   bronze  £5,834 
b. Spirit of freedom (Wildly Dancing Naked Girl statuette)   bronze  3/9  £3,334 


31. 

Silas Higgon

  Silas Higgon creates Some of the most accurate and carefully made sundials available in Europe. Silas Higgon makes a wide selection of meticulously calibrated traditional, Innovative and contemporary Sundials. He has now retired though occasionally can be persuaded to work on a commission. This is his last piece.
 
a. Armillary Spheres (Brass Sundial Traditional/Historical)   Bronze  U/L  £1,250 


32. 

Michael Hipkins ARBS

  Michael Hipkins was born in 1942 and received his Art education at Blackpool College. He then went to Paris to study painting at the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere and Academie Julienne and etching and engraving at S.W. Hayter`s Atelier 17. Primarily absorbed by the human figure, he is not so concerned with naturalistic interpretation but rather with truth to materials used. In his stone carving he brings out the quality of the stone, showing different degrees of process from the raw stone to a highly polished finish. The figures emerge from the stone creating unity in form, spirit and movement.
 
a. Amazon (marble female nude Warrior garden statue)   Portuguese Rose Marble  1/1  £3,300 
b. In the Palm of your Hand (nude Girl in Hand Carved marble statuette)   Portuguese Rose Marble  1/1  £2,500 
c. St. George and Dragon (Carved marble garden statue)   Portuguese White Marble  1/1  £6,000 


33. 

Andrew Horsfall MRBS

  Graceful curves and planes, crystallize organic ideas with solid structures and suggest as yet undiscovered natural forms, the sort of sculpture one is compelled to touch, is just one description of his delightful work that is so much in demand in the house, the workplace and the open space.
 
a. Morphos 1   White Marble, Abalone  1/1  £7,335 
b. Morphos 2   White Marble, abalone  1/1  £6,000 
c. Morphos 3   White Marble, abalone  1/1  £6,670 


34. 

John Huggins RWA(HVP), FRBS, NDD, ATD

  John Huggins has used several dominant themes over the years but in the eighties returned to the figure as a vehicle for expressive abstract ideas. His accessible images present a light, even playful feel but beneath this immediacy lie the serious issues of form and structure which have always controlled his work. John Huggins` sculptures have been exhibited in Geneva, Amsterdam, the Hague, Guernsey and the US as well as in Bath, Birmingham, Bristol and London where he has had twelve one-man shows and been continuously represented since 1968. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of British Sculptors and is Honorary Vice President of the Royal West of England. There are two books of his work available from ArtParks. He lives and works in Gloucestershire UK.
 
a. Acrobat (Stylised nude Girl Standing on Head garden statue)   Bronze  1/1  £5,000 
b. Caprice (bronze Modern Stylised Art Deco Kneeling Girl statue)   Bronze  1/7  £8,334 
c. High Kick (bronze Modern Active Athletic Woman Indoor statuette)   Bronze    £10,000 
d. Morning (Contemporary Arte Deco Standing garden statue)   Bronze  1/1  £10,000 


35. 

Simon Keeley MA

  Initially Simon Keeley trained as a stone mason in York before studying stone carving at the London City and Guilds Art School, and then acquiring an MA in architecture at the University of East London. This background has given an architectural dimension to his work, which draws on the heritage of sacred architecture and the architecture of the human figure to create his carved stone pieces. He mainly produces original artworks, which he designs and carves in stone.
 
a. Archer (Carved stone Medieval style panel Hunter/Bowman sculpture)   Lincoln cathedral limestone  1/1  £6,584 
b. Praying Hands (Big Carved Stone statues sculptures)   Portland Limestone  1/1  £7,250 


36. 

Lucy Kinsella BA (Hons)

  Lucy Kinsella is a real pleasure to be able to welcome back Lucy`s rapturous approach to nature, and her skilful use of patination. Usually her exhibitions are a sell out, so we were lucky to have this piece to show you.
 
a. Ophelia (Semi abstract female Head/Bust Gatden/Yard sculpture/statue)   Poly-Chromed Resin on wood, cement base  /12  £2,300 


37. 

Hans Koenen BSc

  His sculptures in bronze and stone of mainly female figures and sometimes a brief escape to animals, in a realistic or kind of imaginary figurative style. There is a development towards sculptures with larger openings, to make them `transparent` so that they more easily adapt to its environment. At the same time the openings do emphasize fragility and stimulate curiosity, perception and story line. For building up sculptures he prefers to use shapes and structures that are found in nature.
 
a. Delusion (Giant nude female Dragonfly Fairy statue)   Bronze granite  1/1  £5,167 
b. Etain (bronze nude female in Grapevine, Irish Mythology statue)   bronze granite  1/1  £4,667 
c. Muse-Fee (Dancing Musical nude Girl Nymph garden sculpture)   Bronze granite  1/1  £2,334 
d. Najade (bronze female Goddess Changing into a Plant statuary)   bronze on granite  1/1  £6,167 


38. 

Phillip Kotokwa

  Phillip Kotokwa works in a variety of exotic stone from his native Zimbabwe. He is one of the few African artists that has made such inroads into the International market with pieces in wide spread collections.
 
a. Mushrooms (Large Carved stone Fungi garden/Yard sculptures/statue)   Opal Stone  1/1  £2,750 
b. Sisters (Carved stone Modern Stylised Women statues)   Springstone  1/1  £3,000 


39. 

Jason Le Noury

  Jason Le Noury has a natural ability, augmented by study at Hereford College of Art and Design, to create life and mythical forms from steel, copper and other metal`s, and the few pieces that he creates get snapped up by his fellow islanders and from further afield. He gets better every time he sets his hand to the welder.
 
a. Face en Face (Copper and Steel Faces Peering from Tree sculptures)   Copper, Steel  1/1  £1,700 
b. Ronin (Steel and Copper Japanese Warrior garden sculptures)   Copper, Steel  1/1  £10,835 


40. 

Michael Lyons FRBS, FRSA

  In 1998 Michael Lyons held a 20 year Survey Show at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, of which he was a Founding Member. Since then he has worked extensively in China, Mexico and Argentina extending his use of mild steel to encompass stainless steel and copper. In 2003 he won the Premio Fondo Nacional at the Guilin Yuzxi Paradise International Sculpture Awards. In 2006 he won the Premio Fondo Nacional de las Artes in the Chaco Biennale of Sculpture, Argentina. In 2007 he represented Britain in "Open" - an International Exhibition of Sculpture and Installations in Venice. In 2008 he exhibited in "Steel Sculpture" organized by the Fundacion Villacero at the Rami Koc Museum, Istanbul and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Monterrey, Mexico. In 2011/12 he is exhibiting in the London Bridge City Sculpture Exhibition, Hays Galleria, London. Three sculptures and ten drawings entitled "The Lady Zhen`s Well" have just been acquired by The Yale Centre for British Art, Yale University, USA.
 
a. High Priest (Modern Steel abstract Out Doors sculptures)   Steel  1/1  £26,675 
b. Horn Blower (Large Modern abstract Steel Contemporary sculptures)   Steel  1/1  £41,675 


41. 

Andrew MacCallum HND

  Andrew MacCallum achieved an HND at Stafford College under the tuition of Mike Talbot ARBS, he has since worked professionally as a sculptor for 13 years. His interpretation of the female form can not be bettered.
 
a. Grey Lady (nude Pretty Girl Woman female Torso statuettes/statue)   Aluminum laminate  35  £3,334 
b. Morning (nude Girl Young Woman female Torso bronze resin sculptures)   Bronze Resin  35  £3,334 
c. Repose (Seated nude Girl Young Calm Woman garden sculptures statues)   Bronze resin  35  £3,834 


42. 

Simon Mahoney

  Simon Mahoney`s work is beautifully sculpted, he`s a perfectionist. From his experience as a commercial sculptor, he now loves to play with scale and his work entertains adults and children alike as he tends to leave parts of the sculpture as movable. Simon`s work is effective in any scale and surrounding, the powerful heads have a wonderful presence and they are like the portrait in the hall the follows you with it`s stare. Simon has worked on public art pieces also. His work contains a gentle sense of fun, which is very much him.
 
a. Modern nude (Small/Little bronze Naked Man statues)   Bronze  1/1  £3,000 


43. 

Rob J Maingay

  Rob Maingay`s is in immense demand in Holland for his sculptures, there seems scarcely a town there that does not have at least one of his works. It is only because his ancestors, fleeing from the terror in Normandy, lived for a time in Guernsey that we persuaded this sculptural giant to exhibit here.
 
a. Counter-formes (Carved stone Columnar abstract Modern statue/statuary)   Freestone  1/1  £14,300 
b. Positive-Negative (Small Carved Rectangular garden/Yard statues)   Granite  1/1  £6,850 
c. Upright (Tall Carved Black Granite abstract Modern Columnar sculptures)   Granite  1/1  £25,000 


44. 

Jennie McCall BA(Hons)

  Jennie`s childhood interests in folklore, myth and nature have manifested themselves in her passion for drawing and sculpture. Her formal education and extensive travelling, as well as all the aforementioned influences, have played a hugely significant part in Jennie`s development as an artist.
 
a. War Horse (stone ware Head garden Charger Bust statues/sculptures)   Stoneware  1/1  £884 


45. 

Margot McMahon MA

  Margot McMahon`s sculptures, drawings, and videos interpret her environmental vision of the interdependence of life forms in nature. Margot fuses human, plant and animal forms into unique sculptural statements that are inspired by familiar natural forms reinvented into a unique visual vocabulary. Each sculpture varies in its focus emphasizing the importance of life and nature.
 
a. Grandmother and Baby (bronze sitting and Playing garden sculptures/statue)   Resin  1/1  £9,142 
b. Hawk and Dove (Granite Big Hawk and Dove Peace sculptures/statues)   Resin  1/1  £11,000 


46. 

Nick Moran

  Nick Moran uses different metals for their different characteristics; stainless steel to catch the changing environment in its reflective surface; mild steel once free of mill scale begins to form rust; steel with a treated galvanised finish for its longevity and organic qualities.
 
a. Crossing the bar (Steel abstract Modern Small garden statue sculpture)   Steel  1/1  £1,750 
b. Gathering XXV (Steel abstract Contemporary fabricated statue sculpture)   Steel  1/1  £2,334 


47. 

Peter Moulton

  Peter Moulton attempts in his sculptures to capture the character of the subject, to treat the nude as an individual, not just as a body. The sculptures are not portraits of individuals but of the emotions themselves. His aim is to sculpt the feelings and the flesh.
 
a. nude on a Carousel Horse (Thinking nude/Naked Girl statue/statuette)   Resin, Terracotta  /10  £1,000 


48. 

Terry New Dip AD, MA(RCA), PPRBS

  Terry New comes with a natural talent honed at an impressive selection of Art Academia; Wimbledon School of Art, Hornsey College of Art and the Royal College of Art. He has been invited to exhibit extensively in Australia, Britain, Italy and France and features prominently in "Modern British Sculpture" the book of sculptors of 20th Century by Guy Portelli. He was elected President of the RBS in 2013.
 
a. I see the future, I see the past but where is now   Iron filled Jesmonite  1/1  £4,000 
b. I see through you   Iron filled jesmonite  1/1  £3,667 


49. 

Jacek OPAŁA

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a. Found in Pompei   Ceramic  1/1  £8,333 
b. Pompei IV (Shabby Chic ceramic Face Bust Head statues)   Ceramic  1/1  POA 
c. Pompei VI (Face Fragment Lips Shabby Chic sculpture)   Ceramic  1/1  POA 
d. What was in Pompei (Partial Male Torso Genitals sculpture)   Ceramic  1/1  £8,333 


50. 

Jeremy Palmer

  Jeremy Palmer carves mainly Oak, it`s a unique natural material, very strong, resilient and full of character. He never uses preservatives or finishes. For interior display the oils in the wood provide a warm, silky sheen. Outside, his sculptures will age gracefully to a finish reminiscent of medieval timber buildings.
 
a. Skinny Dipper (abstract Contemporary nude Girl Diver sculptures/statue)   French Oak  1/1  £4,167 
b. Strollers (abstract Contemporary Parent and Child Carved Wood Yard statue)   French Oak  1/1  £2,667 


51. 

Shivashtie Poonwassie BA

  Shivashtie Poonwassie explores the boundary between the inner self and the outer world. Shivashtie mainly focuses on the head and figure as vehicles for exploring issues surrounding uniqueness and individuality; from the private reality that exists within each of us to the public face on show. Shivashtie combines her interest of the individual with her passion for material, texture and surface; her sculptures reflect her ambitious and experimental nature.
 
a. Perspective II   Brick  1/1  £1,084 
b. Perspective IV (pink)   Brick  1/1  £1,084 
c. Perspective V (blue)   Brick  1/1  £1,084 


52. 

Guy Portelli FRBS, VPRBA

  Rising head and shoulders above his contemporaries Guy Portelli`s work is found all over Britain, the US and Europe, in private, public and corporate collections. Somehow with all his commissions and own inspirations he manages to find time to work on the committee of the RBS and write books on the sculptors of the 20th Century with equal skill and panache, as well as organizing art shows and events.
 
a. Romeo and Juliet (Lifesize bronze Lovers abstract Ballet Dance statues)   Bronze  £48,000 


53. 

Kenneth Potts MRBS, BA

  Kenneth Potts great skill in figurative work is reflected in the astonishing amount of commissions, bronze portraits of such heroes as Douglas Bader, Wellington, Napoleon, Johnny Johnson etc and his ability to give a feeling of movement as well as peace, he has been asked to exhibit at the RA, The Sladmore Gallery, Tokyo, New York etc etc.
 
a. Egret on Alert (Standing Water Bird statue/sculpture/statuette)   Aluminium Tube, Sheeting  1/1  £1,659 
b. Egret Stalking (Out Door Pond Side Snowy or Cattle statue sculptures)   Aluminium  1/1  £1,659 
c. In the Surf (bronze nude/Naked Couple Gambolling in Sea/Surf statues)   Bronze  u/l  £8,750 


54. 

Orhan Rashtana

  Orhan Rashtana outsize animal sculptures are chiefly what he is known for though he can turn his creative hand to a wide variety of representational and semi representational ones or semi abstract sculptures, usually with a little fun in the result.
 
a. King Cobra (Giant/Big Steel Metal garden Snake/Serpent statue/sculpture)   Iron  1/1  £17,167 
b. Scorpion (giant steel insect)   Iron  1/1  £45,834 


55. 

Jane Robbins HND

  A portrait and figurative specialist sculptor Jane Robbins traditionally trained in anatomy and study of the human form. Jane works from her studio in Shropshire, UK and works to private or public commission mostly.
 
a. Waiting Angel (Transparent Half Size Acrylic statue)   Acrylic Resin  /2  £5,000 
b. Young Girl (Head Bust life size statue sculpture)   Marble Resin  1/1  £2,500 


56. 

Rogier Ruys

  Rogier Ruys is a sculpture artist that makes realistic and figurative work in bronze and acrylic material, small and monumental. With the love for Henry Moore and August Rodin he aims to create expressive figurative abstract form, emotion and movement, combining the strength and artistry of both artists.
 
a. Moore Music (abstract Modern Contemporary Trumpeter statue statuette)   Bronze  1/1  £21,075 


57. 

Timothy Shutter MA, ARBS

  Timothy Shutter is in such demand for commissions for public and private collections, he has very little time to work on his own inspirations and we are privileged to share some of his own examples of realism. His work is of such quality that it has nearly all been funded by rural development funds, the Lottery, Arts Councils and County Councils.
 
a. Canon (Carved stone Giant Camera garden sculptures)   Portland stone  1/1  £1,745 


58. 

Jilly Sutton BA, MRBS

  Jilly Sutton trained at Exeter College of Art. She carves "in the round" large pieces of timber, the challenge being the plastic manipulation of the wood. Her mostly figurative work has a haunting beauty, with an over-riding feeling of peace. Her double sized head of the Poet Laureate is in the National Portrait Gallery collection. Much of her work is cast in bronze or sometimes Olive-stone from her original carvings.
 
a. The Sleeper (Large bronze Lovely Womans Face statues/masks/sculptures)   Bronze  2/3  £6,500 


59. 

Jan Sweeney MRBS

  Her love of all animals is supremely exemplified in all of her sculpture. Some catching that moment, whether the poise before the pounce of a big cat or the sudden turn of a swerving hare. She now spends much of her time in South Africa working on her beloved animals.
 
a. Big Landing Cheetah (Lifesize Springing Big Cat statue)   Bronze  /9  £20,000 
b. Big Turning Cheetah (Running life size Big Cat statue)   Bronze  /9  £20,000 
c. Turn Again (bronze sprinting Running Mad March Hare sculptures/statue)   Bronze    £3,500 


60. 

Sarah Tombs MA (Hons)

  A remarkably versatile artist, having graduated from Wimbledon, Chelsea and The Royal College where she won the Henry Moore Scholarship. She creates work of quality and power, and unbounded originality. Each piece has a spontaneity and character of its own.
 
a. Splash (life size Steel Diver Outdoor abstract sculpture statue)   Steel  1/1  £25,000 


61. 

Olive Wootton ARCA, MRBS

  Trained at Goldsmith and The Royal College of Art. In her animal work she manages to capture that fleeting essence of movement which transcends mere accuracy, a rare accomplishment. Olive often uses mythology as subject matter for her work involving the human form. She finds the demands of expressing emotion relevant to the human condition both challenging and exciting.
 
a. Persephone   Bronze  1/1  £24,500 


62. 

Peter Wylly BA (Hons)

  Peter Wylly, the abstract side of nature, spirals, layers, waves, branching, natural patterns are his inspiration. He feels that he was always able to understand a good shape whether it is a Miyake dress, a Nogucci light, an Eames Chair, a Brancusi sculpture or the natural erosion of rocks.
 
a. Zoin (Circular Round Contemporary Modern abstract Small garden statue)   Thermoblock, Concrete  u/l  £845 


63. 

Althea Wynne ARCA, FRBS

  Though inspired by classical tradition, Althea`s work develops her forms of human figures and animals with a contemporary treatment, using high-fired ceramic with the colour of Cotswold stone.
 
a. Twos Company (Large ceramic garden/Yard figurative abstract statues)   Clay  1/1  £2,000 


64. 

Ans Zondag MA

  Ans Zondag makes mainly sculptures of animals, she only works in bronze. All the animals are vulnerable, she makes them skinny but full of life, often moving or just on the point of moving. She is looking for that which makes an animal what it is. You can call it. Its not about individual animals its about what makes a dog a dog and a wolf a wolf.
 
a. Goat (Nanny Goat statuette sculpture statues statuary)   Bronze  /8  £5,902 
b. Its a Donkey (bronze Sad Standing Thinking sculptures)   Bronze  /8  £8,430 



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