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Mike Chapman

After many years working as an Art Director in the advertising industry, in London, New York and  Stockholm, Mike decided to pursue a more satisfying life and moved to Dorset to study stone carving. Opening his own studio in 1996 he successfully competed for a commission to carve the Christ Child which can be found…

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Melissa Cole FWCB

Melissa Cole is a bronze medal holder and Fellow of The Worshipful Company of Blacksmiths (WFCB). She is internationally recognised for the craftsmanship of her hand-forged ironwork. Melissa’s work ranges for commissioned gates and railings to sculptures and fine art installations. She combines contemporary design with forged and fabricated metal for public spaces, private gardens…

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Matt Smart

Matt Smart is a sculptor and installation artist. He works in bioresin, jesmonite, fibreglass, molehills and cloth. Matt exhibits in sculpture parks, arts and music festivals, music venues, and outdoor public spaces. The works reflect the earth as a layered record and influence upon our existences, and the continuum between facts and history, truth and…

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Jill Gibson

Originally from Sheffield, Jill currently works and lives in Cullercoats, Tyne and Wear. Having previously gained a first-class Honours degree in Fine Art from Glasgow School of Art she obtained a Master’s degree in Fine Art, with Distinction, from Sunderland University in 2013. Jill has exhibited large scale works at Wollombi Sculpture Trail, NSW, Australia,…

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Jane Clift

Jane Clift lives in Dartmouth, Devon, where she makes three dimensional wire sculptures. Largely self-taught, Jane comes from an artistic family and from an early age had exposure to art and music. She focussed on music which she went on to teach. In her early twenties, Jane won a place in the highly acclaimed National…

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Hilary Cartmel

Hilary Cartmel (photo above © Neil Pledger) studied Fine Art in Exeter and Nottingham rather a long time ago. She began making large timber figures moving into steel within a few years. She has paid the bills working to commission for public sites and has works sited from Exeter to London to Edinburgh, and has completed…

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Emma Kemp

Emma Kemp has always shown an interest in art and the process of making, which led her to live and study in Florence in 2004. She then proceeded to Nottingham Trent University for a Fine-Art degree, during which she acquired a different approach to her practice, exploring interactive and community arts. She continued in this…