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Stephen Guyatt

Stephen Guyatt – Artist and Author – Cotswold Based Stephen Guyatt’s work during the Covid Lockdowns has been large steel sculptures of birds of prey. The sculptures were on display in August and October 2020 at the newly refurbished Winchcombe Museum, they drew in plenty of visitors. The museum was trying to maintain a presence…

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Julie Tanner

Julie’s foray into sculpting came about from a need to express her creativity at a time when work as a freelance graphic designer was waning. With time on her hands and compelled to be productive, she took up stone carving.  Sourcing free limestone, and borrowing basic tools, Julie very quickly became hooked and was soon taking…

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David Cemmick

Artist bio As a teenager David trained in animal anatomy and taxidermy, skills which have informed his painting and sculpture throughout his career. His passion for travel and life drawing ‘en plain air’ have taken him to some of the remotest environments across the globe. He has undertaken field expeditions to Kenya, Madagascar, India, Jamaica, New…

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Pam Foley

PAM FOLEY BIO My artwork mainly consists of abstract human figures. Sculpting primarily in clay or plaster, I aim to evoke certain emotions and experiences, commonly solitude and sorrow.  I start by building an armature and work the material onto it to produce a lone figure that closely represents the idea or emotion. The piece is then enclosed…

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Dawn Conn

DAWN CONN PROFILE International figurative sculptor Dawn Conn is captivated by the nostalgia of childhood simplicity, ’joie de vivre’ & embracing life.  For Dawn, her sculptural process is intuitive – an emotional language, the way she sees the world. It starts with imagery of personal experiences, feelings and memories, that aims to evoke the moment – the energy, the…

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Allan Mackenzie

Trained in graphic and commercial art, Allan entered the world of sculpture full time after a career in the construction industry. His work is exhibited with the Royal Horticultural Society, National Trust and the Crown Estate including galleries and private collections both in the UK and abroad. Allan’s latest collection reflects human expression observing activities…

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Marie Boyle

Marie Boyle is from Dublin, Ireland and has been practicing sculpture for 20 years here in the UK. Based near the Chilterns in Buckinghamshire, Marie’s  first love of the clay is finding the figurative form. Being self taught, her love for the dancer, athlete , circus performer and the mythological are evident in her oeuvre…

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John O’Connor

About  An exaggeration of the figure is a recurring theme in John’s work. Blending the physical with the emotional he explores the fabric of his own internal worlds. He approaches his work with an honest and open heart where he can share what he believes to be, ‘states of mind that are inherent in us all’. John demonstrates these universal states of…

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Adrian Bates

Artist’s Statement In all the work I make I am looking to explore the relationship between inner space and outer form; where they meet and merge one into the other. This sprang from an interest in calligraphy and typography, but includes all organic forms; plant and animal, where inner nature describes outer appearance – each…

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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…