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Kim Brooks (Sculptor)

Posted on 4/05/2021 at 3:22 PM by

Kim Brooks is considered to be one true pioneer who helped wildlife art to become recognised as fine art (Wildlife Art Journal 1999) Born in St Albans, England in 1936, Kim was a graduate in fine art at St Alban’s College of Art, although she is mainly self taught. Her images have adorned the front… Read More

Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm., ARA (Sculptor)

Posted on 6/03/2021 at 3:43 PM by

Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm, 1st Baronet, (6 July 1834 – 12 December 1890) This exceptional signed bronze sculpture of a rearing “Suffolk Punch and Groom” was first exhibited at The Royal Academy in 1869. Signed ‘Boehm’  Height 59cm x Width 50cm x Depth 34cm. This beautiful sculpture has been vetted by a LAPADA Specialist, and… Read More

Priscilla Hann BA., SEA. (Sculptor)

Posted on 23/05/2019 at 12:55 PM by

PRISCILLA HANN PLEASE CONTACT PRISCILLA HANN FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. Tel: 01299 270 430 CURRICULUM VITAE Priscilla Hann was born in Shropshire, studied at Wolverhampton college of Art and The Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia U.S.A., where she won the major sculpture prize. She is in the main an animalier sculptor, but works on a variety… Read More

Bronze Animal Sculptures

Posted on 11/02/2019 at 1:59 PM by

I have a real passion for Bronze Sculptures. Particularly if they are by some of our best Sculptors both in the past and today. C1870 to the present. Personally I look for movement and fine and correct detail. These qualities can be found in the works of the following eminent sculptors: Judy Boyt MA. FRSS…. Read More

Steve Boss (Sculptor)

Posted on 11/02/2019 at 1:59 PM by

Artist Profile Steve Boss is a self-taught sculptor with some 25 years experience in The Fine Art and Giftware trades. He was born in Leicester in 1970 and grew up in South Leicestershire where he studied Art and Design at Lutterworth Grammar School. Steve began his career as an apprentice jeweller in the late 1980’s… Read More

Philip Blacker (Sculptor)

Posted on 11/02/2019 at 1:59 PM by

Philip Blacker MRBS Philip Blacker was born in 1949 and was educated in Dorset. On leaving school he became a steeplechase jockey and rode professionally for 13 years, being placed in the Grand National on several occasions and riding 340 winners. It was during this time that Philip Developed his latent enthusiasm for sculpture. Under… Read More

Judy Boyt MA. FRSS (Sculptor)

Posted on 11/02/2019 at 1:59 PM by

Judy Boyt MA. FRSS is a sculptor and designer with a passion for the natural world. “I want the sculptures to convey the energy and life that will engage the observer.” A little girl was heard saying to her mother while standing in front of Waiting…. (The Working Horse Monument in Liverpool,) ‘…. if I… Read More

Alan Glasby OBE., GM. (Sculptor)

Posted on 11/02/2019 at 1:59 PM by

SCULPTOR’S PROFILE – ALAN GLASBY O.B.E, G.M. 1945 – 2008. I consider that I was extremely fortunate to have not only met, but have a stand  at the CLA Game Fair next to Alan Glasby in c2006 and 2007. He was charming but extremely modest, and thought to be probably our best Bird Sculptor at… Read More

Harriet Glen, (Jeweller & Sculptor)

Posted on 11/02/2019 at 1:59 PM by

After going to Art School in Newcastle, New South Wales, Harriet Glen taught Art in secondary schools in Sydney, but soon found she could combine early morning track work at Royal Randwick Racecourse with teaching. She won the Australian Lady Jockey Championship and by doing so, won a ticket to the UK, where she discovered… Read More

Tom Mackie, (Sculptor)

Posted on 11/02/2019 at 1:59 PM by

Tom Mackie (Scottish) Tom was born in Edinburgh in 1939 and attended Leith Academy. He then served a 5 year apprenticeship, qualifying as a Master mould-maker with A.W. Buchan. Tom has lived in the Scottish Highlands since 1968 and now lives within the Cairngorm National Park – where he has been able to study the… Read More