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Michael Long

Mike Long is British Artist currently living in the South West of France where he has his studio. After graduating from Goldsmiths in London in the early seventies he became Head of Art at King Edward VI in Southampton before moving to France. Last year Mike presented the school with an impressive bronze War memorial to…

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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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Louise Plant

Louise Plant studied sculpture with the Open College of the Arts in 1992, whilst working full time as a teacher. Leaving teaching in 1994, Louise continued to study and make sculpture. She was elected Member of the Royal Society of Sculptors in 2003 and became Fellow in 2014. Louise has exhibited widely including MOCA, Cheeseburn…

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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 studied Fine Art in Exeter and Nottingham graduating in1980. She began making large timber figures moving into steel within a few years. She has always worked as an artist, completing over 60 commissions for public sites and has works sited from Exeter to London to Edinburgh. She has also exhibited studio work since…

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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…

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Dee Stanford

Dee Stanford is a five-times award-winning artist based in London, who had spent most of her adult life living in Cape Town where she worked on her sculptures and paintings, learning primitive methods and blending them with a more Western approach. Dee’s work is known internationally and has been exhibited in the UK, USA, Germany,…

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Dallas Collins RWA MRSS

Aerospace engineer turned artists Dallas Collins, studied sculpture at the RCA London from 1999-2001. In direct succession, he worked for the RCA for two years and taught sculpture in Chelsea, London, Bristol and Cardiff. In 2007 Dallas was short-listed for the Jerwood sculpture prize with his work ‘Sweet’ and In 2008 was commissioned by Barratt…