Sculptor

Pete Tatham

Pete Tatham is a professional sculptor who specialises in large sculptural works in a wide range of mediums and his work regularly blurs the lines between traditional and conceptual sculpture. Atlas Dust to Dust Dust to Dust is a contemporary version of the iconic mythological god Atlas. Designed to be viewed in terms of a simple struggle with mortality, it also incorporates more…

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Peter Hayes

Peter Hayes has always been interested in the history of ceramics – why and how ‘things’ are made of clay. This interest was extended after he spent several years travelling through Africa working with various tribes and village potters and being intrigued how, with limited technology and basic tools, they were able to get such exquisite,…

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Sarah D’Arcy

Sarah D’Arcy has been making ceramics all her working life – since her apprenticeship in the mid 1970s with Adam Dvorski at the Clyro Pottery just outside Hay-on-Wye. Having learnt the craft and thrown domestic ware, she started making humorous hippos, elephants, cows and more of her own creations. Sarah began to produce more simplified pieces for…

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Ruth Brenner

Ruth Brenner is a Scottish sculptor and installation artist living and working in Newcastle upon Tyne. After graduating from Newcastle University in 2012 as a Master of Fine Art, she won a Royal British Society of Sculptors bursary award in 2013. She is currently working on a practice-led PhD researching corporeality and the bodily, both physical and mental,…

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Ros Burgin

Ros Burgin came to fine art after an initial career as a professional sailor. She took a degree in Fine Art at the University for the Creative Arts. Since graduating, in 2002, she has been exhibiting in sculpture parks and galleries, as well as making site-responsive and site-specific pieces and installations for different locations. She…