Here, in alphabetical order by first name, is a selection of the 65 artists whose work featured in 2018. Watch this space for 2019. Click on an artist’s name or photo to find out more.
Adrian Bates is largely self-taught, although he has attended various classes, intensive courses and master classes and is always keenRead more.
Amy’s vibrant acrylic paintings are evocative of the countries where she has lived and her experiences along the way. NotablyRead more.
Andrew Lee is a former professional yachtsman with a passion for the natural world, who brings his sailing experience intoRead more.
Bailey Curtis has been making felt for more than 30 years, having been a weaver before that. She uses GloucestershireRead more.
Beth Forrester is a multidisciplinary artist. She she works with tarot and is also an intuitive art teacher. She says:Read more.
Christine Baxter comes from a family of artists and craftspeople. Her great, great, grandfather was a wrought iron gate maker,Read more.
The Artist Daniel Cordell was born in Hertfordshire, 1979. He now lives and creates in Devon. He studied at Loughborough UniversityRead more.
Dominic Hopkinson is a sculptor based in Leeds, UK. After graduating from Exeter School of Art & Design in the earlyRead more.
Doug says: “Art is my passion and sculpture and drawing are the driving force.” Here at the Cotswold Sculpture ParkRead more.
Fiona says: “I am interested in universal life forms, commonalities from micro to macro, transformation and nature’s cyclical persistence. MaterialityRead more.
Glenis is an internationally acknowledged designer/sculptor in both fine art and commercially produced sculpture. Self-trained and freelance, she works inRead more.
Gordon Senior’s practice is concerned with nature, environmental science, landscape and the plants, animals and birds we share the planetRead more.
James Jones is a sculptor based near Devizes, Wiltshire, UK. He is fascinated by our ever changing notion of consciousnessRead more.
Jeannette Therrien studied ceramics and glass making twenty years ago and has been teaching and making beautiful pieces ever since.Read more.
Jeremy Moulsdale has been working as a sculptor for over twenty years. His elegant sculptures are in both private andRead more.
John Jebb is a sculptor based in Ashton Keynes, near Cirencester, UK. At age twelve, and as a result ofRead more.
Julie Grose was born in London in 1978. She studied at Camberwell Art College before training in the craft of blacksmithing. WorkingRead more.
Katie Green makes sculptures finished with mosaic, which she considers as “the creation of one whole statement from many tinyRead more.
Katie Netley – “Ceramic Story Teller” – majored in ceramics and graduated in 2011. She has been making sculpture ever since, mainly inRead more.
Kendra Haste is a renowned contemporary animal sculptor working with the medium of galvanised wire. Since graduating from the Royal CollegeRead more.
Liane Lang is an artist based in London. Born in Germany she studied at NCAD in Dublin and completed aRead more.
Lina Carr is a sculptor who is interested in figurative works of humans, birds and animals. Throughout her career sheRead more.
Born in 1964, Luke trained as a stonemason before working on Winchester and Salisbury Cathedrals. This was followed by studyRead more.
Martin Elphick makes both human figurative and abstract sculptures, contemporary in style but mostly in traditional materials like stone, bronzeRead more.
Mel Fraser MRBS is a contemporary sculptor specialising in stone. She has worked from a variety of studios in and around CambridgeRead more.
Michie Herbert, MRBS
Michie (pronounced. Mishy) Herbert was born in New York; daughter of an English novelist father and a French mother. AfterRead more.
Nicola Godden has had over thirty years experience as a sculptor, working in plaster and clay for bronze casting. OverRead more.
Paul Tuppeny takes inspiration from museums and memorials. His art has developed around temporal themes drawn from an interest in theRead more.
Pete Garrard is a sculptor based in Gloucester, UK. He creates a wide range of different sculptural ceramics, with recentRead more.
Pete Tatham is a professional sculptor who specialises in large sculptural works in a wide range of mediums and his work regularly blursRead more.
Peter Hayes has always been interested in the history of ceramics – why and how ‘things’ are made of clay. ThisRead more.
Renée Kilburn moved from Sweden to England in 1994 to study Ceramic Design at Central saint Martin’s College of ArtRead more.
Richard Baronio makes his sculpture by welding together short lengths of stainless steel rod. The surface you see is actuallyRead more.
Richard Lawrence is a sculptor living and working in London, UK. He has had a studio in southeast London sinceRead more.
Roger Stephens MRSS
Roger Stephens MRSS is a sculptor working mainly in stone, stainless steel and bronze in Salisbury, Wiltshire. Roger has carved stoneRead more.
Ros Burgin came to fine art after an initial career as a professional sailor. She took a degree in FineRead more.
Roz Read grew up in the Caribbean – something that has had a huge influence on her. Even as aRead more.
Ruth Brenner is a Scottish sculptor and installation artist living and working in Newcastle upon Tyne. After graduating from Newcastle UniversityRead more.
Sarah D’Arcy has been making ceramics all her working life – since her apprenticeship in the mid 1970s with Adam DvorskiRead more.
Sophie Marsham is a London-based sculptor with 24 years experience who works with stainless steel, copper and reclaimed and recycledRead more.
Stathis Dimitriadis’ drive for making art is his curiosity for the daily stimuli of the urban texture. He makes ceramic elementsRead more.
Stephen Fox was born in Oxford in 1954. He received no formal art training. After a succession of varied employmentsRead more.
Stuart Anderson graduated with a degree in Sculpture from Winchester School of Art in 1987, and then did two yearsRead more.
Stuart Stockwell is a kinetic sculptor based in Cheltenham creates unique sculptures that capture attention and engage the imagination throughRead more.
Tanya Russell has become well known over the last 30 years for her life-like and vibrant dog sculptures. Tanya’s particular passionRead more.
Having had an eclectic career and then being made redundant gave Wendy Stafford the opportunity to explore her real passionRead more.
William Harling was born in Middlesborough in 1946, and studied for a pre-diploma in art at the Middlesborough College ofRead more.