We made a short visit to Berlin in Germany to see an exhibition of a renowned water colourist Helmut Otto in the Galerie Forun Berlin, Kollwitzstrassa 54. His paintings will no doubt appear on Artprice in due course as there were some significant sales. His attention to composition and colour balance has yet to be […]
HRH arrived home recently. My latest bronze work is now installed in my client’s garden. The mould was considered one of the most difficult ever done by the foundry and the amout of skilled work to bring her to this was very considerable. It was fun to do. The goblet’s contents may have the answer […]
Paul has been staying with us and showing me how easy it is to sculpt in marble! I only had a small piece which he has quickly turned into a seal, amazing. Paul lives and works in Berlin in Germany, sculpting in a whole variety of stone and other materials. I look forward to posting […]
Thought I would share a few “hands” again. With thanks to Sothebys.
Literally sculpture by a he or a she. At the link below you will find the whole story; quite an interesting way to get your message across! http://community.thisiscentralstation.com/_Mysterious-paper-sculptures/blog/4991767/126249.html
Occasionally I get sculptors asking for links or opinions and as a general rule I think twice about promoting or helping a competitor. I usually feel guilty, especially if they are good and then relent. Now here is Daniel and I think he is very good. He has a mystique about him which is intriguing. […]
I was recently invited to join Purbeck Sculptors a group based in Dorset and our first Exhibition was held in Leeson House over looking the Western end of the Ise of Wight. There were literally hundreds of works to see, here are just a few. It was well attended, with a couple of thousand visitors […]
There is a talented lady sculptor on my Studios blog who is worth a visit.
Where my source for this comes from I can’t remember but I believe the more valuable small bronze animals produce by The French Animaliers of the 19 century were actually caste by the sculptor in their studios. Later of course foundries did the work and thousands of copies followed. I started in my studio casting […]
Sorry, poor photo of a “Toft” in the V and A