Our featured artists

Here, in alphabetical order by first name, are the artists whose work we are featuring this year. Click on an artist’s name or photo to find out more.

Inspired by the monumental building methods of the industrial age, Alex Devereux employs the shapes and forms that were prevalent
After completing courses in Commercial Art and Graphic Design at the Worthing College of Art, Allan pursued a career within
Ama Menec's work often covers themes of loss and recovery whether species or Gods, celebrating our man made or naturally
Andrew Lee is a former professional yachtsman with a passion for the natural world, who brings his sailing experience into
After completing a DipAD in Sculpture 1970.  Andy made his first visit to Carrara in Tuscany. During the 1970s Andy
Andy Hopper is a British born Sculptor and Master Blacksmith who specialises in hot-forging & forming of high-grade bronze and
Following studies at Dartington College of Arts near Totnes, and Rolle College of Education, Exmouth, in the 1970s, Angela Holmes
Angela is a professional mosaic artist who co-founded a thriving and successful mosaic studio, TomatoJack Arts in Berkeley, Gloucestershire. She
Anne Curry is a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. She discovered the power of sculpture as a student, while
Oxford-based sculptor Beatrice Hoffman creates stylised sculptures of heads, figures and abstract forms in bronze or bronze resin. With her
Ben Dearnley is a sculptor based on the wild west coast of Wales.  Ben’s works are an exploration of the
Beth Forrester is a multidisciplinary artist. She she works with tarot and is also an intuitive art teacher. She says:
Having grown up in The Lake District, Bill was surrounded by a landscape that ultimately shaped and inspired his life.
Brendon Murless is a contemporary figurative sculptor based in Dorset. Brendon creates sculptures for both indoor and outdoor settings, which
Suffolk-based Brian Alabaster MRSS is one of the country’s leading figurative sculptors. His work, produced mainly in bronze, comprises portraiture
Cathy studied graphic design at Bath Academy of Art and then worked for several years as a freelance illustrator. She
Chloe is a sculpture artist based in the heart of the Cotswolds. She specialises in equestrian sculpture, casting in bronze
Aerospace engineer turned artists Dallas Collins, studied sculpture at the RCA London from 1999-2001. In direct succession, he worked for
The Artist Daniel Cordell was born in Hertfordshire, 1979. He now lives and creates in Devon. Daniel studied at Loughborough
Dee Stanford is a five-times award-winning artist based in London, who had spent most of her adult life living in
Ed Elliott is an award-winning sculptor specialising in large scale figurative pieces, often designed with a specific site in mind.
Now living and working in Bath, Edward has a degree in philosophy from Bristol University and in his kinetic sculptures
Emma Kemp has always shown an interest in art and the process of making, which led her to live and
Frederick Andrews is an artist blacksmith and metal sculptor based in Herefordshire.  His sculpture combines art, science and human interactivity
Geoff DunlopIn his life as an artist, writer and filmmaker Geoff Dunlop has always asked questions. Most frequently the question
Georgie Phipps is a ceramic artist based in Cornwall. She has a background in Sculpture, having studied at the University
Hilary Cartmel studied Fine Art in Exeter and Nottingham graduating in1980. She began making large timber figures moving into steel
Ian Marlow MRSSIan is a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. He works in stainless steel, bronze and glass
Jane Clift lives in Dartmouth, Devon, where she makes three dimensional wire sculptures. Largely self-taught, Jane comes from an artistic
Originally from Sheffield, Jill currently works and lives in Cullercoats, Tyne and Wear. Having previously gained a first-class Honours degree
Jilly Sutton trained as a sculptor at Exeter College of Art. Her career developed in Nigeria, where the art forms
John Jebb is a sculptor based in Ashton Keynes, near Cirencester, UK. At age twelve, and as a result of
Jonty Hurwitz was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and spent his early life living in small hotels in rural towns
Originally from Ireland, Karen Hilliard, a commissioned public artist received a BA Hons from Cardiff Met in Ceramics. On moving
Katie Green makes sculptures finished with mosaic, which she considers as "the creation of one whole statement from many tiny
Kendra Haste is a renowned contemporary animal sculptor working with the medium of galvanised wire. Since graduating from the Royal College
About The ArtistLiz Tiranti was born in East London, UK in 1969. She studied for a BA in Ceramics and
Louise Plant studied sculpture with the Open College of the Arts in 1992, whilst working full time as a teacher.
Matt Smart is a sculptor and installation artist. He works in bioresin, jesmonite, fibreglass, molehills and cloth. Matt exhibits in
Matt is a Bristol based sculptor. Known predominantly for his large-scale stainless steel and copper sculptures. He has recently evolved
Nature is the primary concern of Matt Duke’s art work. Each of his pieces demonstrate a relationship between form and
Mel Fraser is a sculptor specialising in stone. Equally at home working on abstract or figurative pieces, she has worked
Melissa Cole is a bronze medal holder and Fellow of The Worshipful Company of Blacksmiths (WFCB). She is internationally recognised
Mike Long is British Artist currently living in the South West of France where he has his studio. After graduating
After many years working as an Art Director in the advertising industry, in London, New York and  Stockholm, Mike decided
Natasha Houseago, born in Bristol in 1966, is predominantly an abstract figurative sculptor in wood, a direct Carver. Natasha gained
Nicola Godden has had over thirty years experience as a sculptor, working in plaster and clay for bronze casting. Over
Patrick trained at Bath Academy of Art and has been a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors for over
Paul Harvey has sold work all over the world as well as to the Royal family, and has exhibited at
Like so many artists Philippa discovers inspiration from natural objects - the forms of seedpods, leaf skeletons, pebbles or fallen
January 8, 2018