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Matt Stein

Matt is a Bristol based sculptor. Known predominantly for his large-scale stainless steel and copper sculptures. He has recently evolved the work into tabletop wooden sculptures. Influenced by artists such as Brancusi, Rodin and Hepworth, Matt has developed his own vocabulary of form. Matt studied martial arts from the age of nine and continues to…

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Pippa Unwin

Pippa began her career as a children’s book illustrator, but was always interested in working in 3D; she studied Stonemasonry at Bath College and has been working self-employed as a stonemason for the last 17 years, doing restoration, memorials, fireplaces and working on pieces for Salisbury and Exeter cathedrals. The rest of the time, Pippa…

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Ed Elliott

Ed Elliott is an award-winning sculptor specialising in large scale figurative pieces, often designed with a specific site in mind. He works from his studio in rural Herefordshire (West Midlands, UK) and exhibits widely across the UK and abroad. He has received national acclaim for his innovative work in wood and bronze. With public pieces…

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Philippa Macarthur

Like so many artists Philippa discovers inspiration from natural objects – the forms of seedpods, leaf skeletons, pebbles or fallen branches, as well as intricate details seen down the microscope on her phone.Using hand-building processes, she focuses and imitates the multiple repetitions and patterns found in nature, and finds it a meditative process. Philippa is…

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Rose Eva

Although she has no formal practical art training, Rose Eva studied the history of art at the Courtauld Institute in London and went on to work as a specialist for Phillips Fine Art Auctioneers, a career which has provided an invaluable visual artistic education.    Rose works almost exclusively in marble and onyx – exotic…

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Will Carr

The kinetic wind sculptures Will creates explores the relationship of geometry and form interacting in their environment.  The natural flows and influences of interactions in our world are demonstrated through the complex geometry and balance of the pieces.  Quickly developing a reputation for detailed realistic and abstract science based sculptures; Wills background in engineering as…

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Jilly Sutton

Jilly Sutton trained as a sculptor at Exeter College of Art. Her career developed in Nigeria, where the art forms that flourish there (particularly carvings and textiles) fired her imagination. She researched and worked with indigo dye both in Africa and back home in England. Now, her inspiration comes from the ancient trees and woodland…

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Frederick Andrews

Frederick Andrews is an artist blacksmith and metal sculptor based in Herefordshire.  His sculpture combines art, science and human interactivity to explore how objects can alter the way that we connect with our environment.   Since gaining a first class degree in Artist Blacksmithing from Hereford College of Arts, Frederick specialises in handcrafting a range of…

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Liz Tiranti

About The ArtistLiz Tiranti was born in East London, UK in 1969. She studied for a BA in Ceramics and Textiles at the renowned Art School Goldsmiths College, London. She now lives and works in Brighton the cultural capital of the South East of England. A skilled maker the designs of Liz are playful and…

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Matthew Duke

Nature is the primary concern of Matt Duke’s art work. Each of his pieces demonstrate a relationship between form and shape. There is an aesthetic beauty in the simplicity of the sculpture, which depends heavily on line and colour and evokes a moment in time captured perfectly in the fascinating medium of bronze. His twenty…