Mark Reed | Short Bio Sculpting in metal, primarily in bronze, forged steel, stainless steel, and aluminium has been a passion of Mark's since 1995. Mark has produced many commissions and his work can be found in collections in four continents. He has exhibited extensively at Chelsea Flower Show and in sculpture parks and exhibitions throughout the UK, he has... View Mark Reed's Listing Rob Mulholland | Short Bio Rob Mulholland is a sculptor and environmental artist based in the United Kingdom who exhibits throughout the U.K and th and undertakes both public and private commissions. His practise explores the complex relationship between humans and the natural world. Utilizing a wide variety of forms and materials his sculpture installations interact with their... View Rob Mulholland's Listing Carol Orwin | Short Bio I attended Art School in High Wycombe then went to St Martin’s School of Art to study under Sir Anthony Caro and Phillip King. Studio in the Barbican in London before moving to Guildford where I built a studio in the garden. Three Bronze life size Wolves in University of Surrey and Sumatran Tigers... View Carol Orwin's Listing Mark Goldsworthy | Short Bio Working as sculptor and painter since 1989
Exhibited in UK,Europe,USA,and South Africa
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Mel Fraser | Short Bio Mel Fraser, MRSS is a sculptor specialising in stone. Equally at home working on abstract or figurative pieces, she has worked from a variety of studios in and around Cambridge since the mid nineties. Her work has been shown at a numerous art fairs around Europe and New York, at On Form 14, 16 &... View Mel Fraser's Listing Jane Bohane | Short Bio I have a BA(hons)in Drawing from Camberwell School of Art.
My studio is situated on the southern slopes of Leith Hill, in the garden of a cottage where I live with my husband, our dog, seven Ouessant sheep and many Pekin chickens. Immersed daily in this rural idyll inspires my work.
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Aly Brown | Short Bio Aly is a master at producing pieces of fluid, dynamic plasticity which yet remain attached to their natural origin. ‘I love creating forms which partially emerge from the block of stone. They have life, yet they remain attached to their natural origin: almost embryonic. Looking for the inherent potential and... View Aly Brown's Listing Ian Marlow | Short Bio A professional sculptor who exhibits widely and is regularly commissioned by private clients and public and corporate bodies. A member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. View Ian Marlow's Listing Angie Doy | Short Bio Spending my evenings at various art classes, I didn't think someone like me with a boring office job and a mortgage could ever make the leap to full time artist. Retirement on health grounds gave me the opportunity to try. I completed Access and Foundation at the fabulous Richmond Adult College and stumbled, completely... View Angie Doy's Listing Stuart Stockwell | Short Bio For over five years, I have been creating unique sculptures that capture attention and engage the imagination through simple design and kinetic movement.

My sculptures interpret nature's genius, a balance of complex function and simplistic beauty.

Inspired by organic forms and sacred geometry, my pieces are multi-layered and deconstructed. The underlying mathematical language can be broken down...
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Jeremy Moulsdale | Short Bio Jeremy creates contemporary, figuratively based sculptures, that manifest the human spirit with lightness and grace.

“My inspiration comes from the moments in life when my soul is touched and my spirit soars. Often simple moments, when I see the moon in the clear night sky or get lifted on the wings of a passing...
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Andrew Smith | Short Bio Andrew originally trained as a monumental mason in London serving his apprenticeship and then working in the stone trade for several years beginning his career as a sculptor in 1989. After moving to the midland Andrew studied fine art at Nottingham university and now works from his studio in Nottingham but also has a studio... View Andrew Smith's Listing Stevie Davies | Short Bio Running a thriving contemporary arts practice from my Derbyshire studio, I specialise in using a variety of kiln fusing techniques to create each piece of wall art, sculpture or jewellery, alongside teaching individuals and groups at regular workshops.

I seek to engage and inspire others to explore their creativity, believing everyone needs an outlet to express...
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Clare Bigger | Short Bio Clare Bigger is a figurative sculptor who captures the spontaneity of movement in her work, using stainless steel to create contemporary, fluid forms and to bring a lightness and grace to her sculptures. She exhibits internationally, producing both private and public commissions featuring her two passions: sport and nature.
Her childhood was spent in Africa and...
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Paul Donovan | Short Bio Paul Donovan is a ceramic artist whose sculptures celebrate the human figure and its aspirations in joyful activity, capturing the dynamics of movement.

Inspired by the flints strewn over the Wessex land and seascapes, Paul recreates their fragmentation using their form and colour, from his studio in Salisbury.

His rough-hewn ceramics with their flinty forms aim to...
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Frederic Chevarin MRSS | Short Bio Frédéric’s sculptures are unique, as each piece is the result of a deep search into the meaning of life.
Skills and machines, while indispensable, become thus simply means to develop the real purpose of sculpture, which is to convey deep emotions and to find inner peace.
Creativity stems from spirituality, which leaves the soul free to express...
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Brendon Murless | Short Bio After my studies in visual arts and 3D design I continued to develop my passion and knowledge of sculpture, material and the human form. Over the years I have secured a wide variety of commissions from private and public clients, with work in galleries and collections across the country.
My workshop is based in the...
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Stuart Anderson | Short Bio I trained at Winchester School of Art and The Royal College of Art, London and have worked as a sculptor for nearly 30 years.
I have shown my sculptures widely in England including The Royal Academy Summer Show and the Chelsea Art Fair, many commercial galleries including the Russell gallery, London and I regularly exhibit in...
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Long Ly | Short Bio Self taught Sculptor Long Ly fled from the communists in Vietnam with his family when he was 8 years old.He was rescued and welcomed into England and has recently become an artist after "discovered" by Nick De Rothschild running a local Thai restaurant . View Long Ly's Listing Allan Mackenzie | Short Bio 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. View Allan Mackenzie's Listing Marie Ackers | Short Bio Modern animal artist View Marie Ackers's Listing Thomas Joynes | Short Bio Graduating from the Norwich School of Art in 2005, Thomas set up his sculpture studio in Norwich where he works mainly to commission for private, corporate and public clients both in the UK and internationally. Working in mostly bronze or stainless steel, Thomas has now undertaken a number of international commissions of varying scale,... View Thomas Joynes's Listing Michael Thacker | Short Bio Michael studied sculpture at Loughborough University before going on and training as a stonemason in York. Following this he gained a job at Lincoln Cathedral where he worked for almost fifteen years as a stone mason and carver as part of the ongoing restoration of the building.
While working at the cathedral Michael continued to sculpt...
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Dawn Rowland FRSS | Short Bio Born in London, Dawn has worked as a sculptor in San Francisco, London and Manchester. She now lives and works in London.
Her sculptures are primarily carved in stone, but they are also made in bronze, wood, terracotta, plaster and silver Dawn’s drawings are also part of her artistic language.
She has been interviewed twice on BBC’s...
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Michael Turner | Short Bio Michael Turner's work is both incredibly breathtaking and certainly unique. With his sculptures having graced places such as, Gordon Ramsey's London flagship restaurant and around the world, he has fast become a name recognised on the global artist circuit.

Following an education at Bournemouth Art College and Higher Wycombe University, Michael set up shop in the...
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Christopher Townsend | Short Bio 1st Class hons in fine art, Liverpool University. Winner of BBC 1s home is where the art is series 1, episode 6.
Exhibited in New York, Hongkong, Singapore and Battersea AAF.
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Brian Taylor | Short Bio The sculptor Brian Taylor, who has died of liver cancer aged 77, was particularly fascinated by the study of human and animal forms. In 1956, when he was a student at the Slade School of Art in London, he produced a life-size portrait of Cissie, a closely observed head of his mother. Seen with her... View Brian Taylor's Listing Tanya Russell MRBS | Short Bio Tanya Russell MRBS has become well known over the last 30 years for her life-like and vibrant animal sculpture, and her abstract figurative work. For Tanya her practice is not only about capturing the animals she sculpts with marks and movement. It’s about our relationships with those animals and their welfare. Consequently, 10% of Tanya’s... View Tanya Russell MRBS's Listing Teresa Wells | Short Bio Influenced by a moral upbringing, I possess an ethical consciousness with a fascination for the question, “How do Humans Behave?”

I am inspired to create work that celebrates man’s ability to survive over adversity, to illustrate that when we are fragile and alone, that is when our true humanity shines through. We endure despite our flaws...
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Martin Hayward-Harris | Short Bio Born in Reading Berkshire 1959.Studied at The Berkshire College of Art and Design.Worked at The Natural History Museum London and Copenhagen Denmark. View Martin Hayward-Harris's Listing

Shaun Gagg | Short Bio Shaun was born 1969 and brought up in the mining village of Wombwell near Barnsley in Yorkshire. At school he always enjoyed art and was fascinated by Salvador Dali’s work.

Shaun soon found himself replacing the odd roof tile and this progressed to him becoming a full time roofer and also introduced him to a magical...
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Martin Duffy | Short Bio Martin has been a professional sculptor since 1996. He has exhibited at events such as Chelsea Flower Show. His work depicting wildlife subjects has become very collectable. He has received commissions for his boxing hares from a far afield as America and Hong Kong. Creating sculptures that enriches any garden. Working in many different materials... View Martin Duffy's Listing Michael Turner | Short Bio Michael Turner's work is both incredibly breathtaking and certainly unique. With his sculptures having graced places such as, Gordon Ramsey's London flagship restaurant and around the world, he has fast become a name recognised on the global artist circuit.

Following an education at Bournemouth Art College and Higher Wycombe University, Michael set up shop in the...
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Helen Sinclair | Short Bio Studied sculpture at Wimbledon School of Art 1973 - 76.
Exhibits widely in England and Wales and has work in private collections on five continents.
Vice-president of the Society of Women Artists.
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Brian Taylor | Short Bio The sculptor Brian Taylor, who has died of liver cancer aged 77, was particularly fascinated by the study of human and animal forms. In 1956, when he was a student at the Slade School of Art in London, he produced a life-size portrait of Cissie, a closely observed head of his mother. Seen with her... View Brian Taylor's Listing Long Ly | Short Bio Self taught Sculptor Long Ly fled from the communists in Vietnam with his family when he was 8 years old.He was rescued and welcomed into England and has recently become an artist after "discovered" by Nick De Rothschild running a local Thai restaurant . View Long Ly's Listing Brendon Murless | Short Bio After my studies in visual arts and 3D design I continued to develop my passion and knowledge of sculpture, material and the human form. Over the years I have secured a wide variety of commissions from private and public clients, with work in galleries and collections across the country.
My workshop is based in the...
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Nicola Rigby | Short Bio Within a year of graduating from Dartington College of Arts, I was grappling with the reality of becoming a disabled woman. Clay has allowed me to construct a visual language to explore my experiences with chronic illness. View Nicola Rigby's Listing Tobias Ford | Short Bio Tobias Ford is an award-winning internationally exhibiting sculptor, who sculpts using a self-developed technique consisting of welding steel fragments. Notable exhibitions include the Cotswold Sculpture Park, Tenjinyama Studios in `Japan, The Room Contemporary Art Gallery in Venice, Snape Maltings Gallery, Galloper Sands Gallery, Art for Cure, Doddington Hall Sculpture Show, Marks Hall Sculpture Show and... View Tobias Ford's Listing Stuart Stockwell | Short Bio For over five years, I have been creating unique sculptures that capture attention and engage the imagination through simple design and kinetic movement.

My sculptures interpret nature's genius, a balance of complex function and simplistic beauty.

Inspired by organic forms and sacred geometry, my pieces are multi-layered and deconstructed. The underlying mathematical language can be broken down...
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Carol Orwin | Short Bio I attended Art School in High Wycombe then went to St Martin’s School of Art to study under Sir Anthony Caro and Phillip King. Studio in the Barbican in London before moving to Guildford where I built a studio in the garden. Three Bronze life size Wolves in University of Surrey and Sumatran Tigers... View Carol Orwin's Listing Claire Nelson | Short Bio I learned to sculpt alongside my mother, Helen Collis, a figurative sculptor who was a founding member of the 5-ways studio in Brighton and a member of the Chelsea Arts Club. After studying languages at Manchester College of Higher Education, I embarked upon an international "adventure" living in France, Caribbean and Italy, working for Corporations... View Claire Nelson's Listing Frederic Chevarin MRSS | Short Bio Frédéric’s sculptures are unique, as each piece is the result of a deep search into the meaning of life.
Skills and machines, while indispensable, become thus simply means to develop the real purpose of sculpture, which is to convey deep emotions and to find inner peace.
Creativity stems from spirituality, which leaves the soul free to express...
View Frederic Chevarin MRSS's Listing
Mark Reed | Short Bio Sculpting in metal, primarily in bronze, forged steel, stainless steel, and aluminium has been a passion of Mark's since 1995. Mark has produced many commissions and his work can be found in collections in four continents. He has exhibited extensively at Chelsea Flower Show and in sculpture parks and exhibitions throughout the UK, he has... View Mark Reed's Listing Jeremy Moulsdale | Short Bio Jeremy creates contemporary, figuratively based sculptures, that manifest the human spirit with lightness and grace.

“My inspiration comes from the moments in life when my soul is touched and my spirit soars. Often simple moments, when I see the moon in the clear night sky or get lifted on the wings of a passing...
View Jeremy Moulsdale's Listing
Clare Bigger | Short Bio Clare Bigger is a figurative sculptor who captures the spontaneity of movement in her work, using stainless steel to create contemporary, fluid forms and to bring a lightness and grace to her sculptures. She exhibits internationally, producing both private and public commissions featuring her two passions: sport and nature.
Her childhood was spent in Africa and...
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Anna Gillespie | Short Bio Anna Gillespie was born in 1964 and studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics and Oxford University and then International Relations at the London School of Economics. In 1992 she returned to her first love sculpture and took a two year stone masonry course before completing a MA in Fine Arts at Cheltenham. Anna is... View Anna Gillespie's Listing Marie Ackers | Short Bio Modern animal artist View Marie Ackers's Listing Tanya Russell MRBS | Short Bio Tanya Russell MRBS has become well known over the last 30 years for her life-like and vibrant animal sculpture, and her abstract figurative work. For Tanya her practice is not only about capturing the animals she sculpts with marks and movement. It’s about our relationships with those animals and their welfare. Consequently, 10% of Tanya’s... View Tanya Russell MRBS's Listing Glenn Morris | Short Bio I am a professional sculptor working from my studio situated on the Welsh borders near Hay-on-Wye.
I work predominantly in stone using traditional carving techniques, but employ other mediums when appropriate or suitable for the idea and subject matter.
I am a member of the Welsh sculptors’ group Sculpture Cymru and also the artist’s collective, ‘Vulgar...
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Arabella Brooke | Short Bio Arabella Brooke lives and works in London, but her work is exhibited in galleries and exhibitions around the UK, and found in collections around the world. She is a member of the Chelsea Art Society, winner of the Ridgeway Prize for Best Sculpture, and a regular contributor to The Discerning Eye, the SWA, and... View Arabella Brooke's Listing John Cox (1952-2014) | Short Bio John Cox (1952 to 2014)

John had a life time flirtation with art in many forms, but it was in later years that he undertook sculpture on a commercial basis. His preference was for life study works of people and animals but he deviated to other subjects to satisfy all tastes.
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Joel Walker | Short Bio The Sculptress Joel (Jo Walker) specialises in detailed sculpture portraits of people and animals, and statues created for gardens, homes and landscapes.

Joel is able to take commissions on all her work, including animal and human portraits.

The animals captured by Joel in bronze or steel include not only...
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Aly Brown | Short Bio Aly is a master at producing pieces of fluid, dynamic plasticity which yet remain attached to their natural origin. ‘I love creating forms which partially emerge from the block of stone. They have life, yet they remain attached to their natural origin: almost embryonic. Looking for the inherent potential and... View Aly Brown's Listing Ian Marlow | Short Bio A professional sculptor who exhibits widely and is regularly commissioned by private clients and public and corporate bodies. A member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. View Ian Marlow's Listing JUDE TUCKER | Short Bio Jude Tucker is a well established artist who has explored many different mediums including ceramics, printmaking and drawing.

In 2003 in an attempt to recover from a period of 'Artists Block' she went to Portland for a week to
carve stone in Tout Quarry. This marked the beinning of her life as a stone carver....
After a year...
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Dawn Rowland FRSS | Short Bio Born in London, Dawn has worked as a sculptor in San Francisco, London and Manchester. She now lives and works in London.
Her sculptures are primarily carved in stone, but they are also made in bronze, wood, terracotta, plaster and silver Dawn’s drawings are also part of her artistic language.
She has been interviewed twice on BBC’s...
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Stuart Anderson | Short Bio I trained at Winchester School of Art and The Royal College of Art, London and have worked as a sculptor for nearly 30 years.
I have shown my sculptures widely in England including The Royal Academy Summer Show and the Chelsea Art Fair, many commercial galleries including the Russell gallery, London and I regularly exhibit in...
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Rachael Long | Short Bio Over the last 20 years East Anglian based sculptor Rachael Long has completed many commissions for private and public clients throughout the UK and has become recognised for her large scale sculptures of mammals and birds. In 2019 she received considerable national recognition for her three metre tall Lifeboat Horse sculpture at Wells-next-the-Sea after it... View Rachael Long's Listing Allan Mackenzie | Short Bio 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. View Allan Mackenzie's Listing

Over 50 sculptors across Europe & the UK, exhibiting more than 250 selected pieces in Palace House, its gardens & surrounding parkland.

“Welcome to the Sculpture at Beaulieu exhibition. The gardens of Palace House make an excellent backdrop for sculpture, especially as there is a variety of distinctly different areas, each with its own theme.

Introducing sculptural elements not only enriches a walk around the gardens but also gives you reason to stop and take in the atmosphere as you admire, or puzzle over, the works on display. Smaller pieces are exhibited inside my ancestral home of Palace House where the aesthetic of period furniture and décor is enlivened by the addition of these contemporary works.

My thanks to curators David Waghorne & Kate McGovern for putting together such an interesting and varied collection, drawn from artists across Europe and the UK.”

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