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 Yearly Exhibitions > 2004 Exhibition:

2004 Sculpture Exhibition

Which takes place yearly at Sausmarez Manor, Guernsey.

Artists 69 Sculptures 133

1. 

Carol Acworth

  Carol Acworth lives and works in the Languedoc region of the South of France. A sculptor of rare talent, Carol looks at the humanity and feeling of her subject matter. Although she produces such varied pieces, there is a constant vein of vigour of movement and texture that demands to be touched.
Her work is to be found in many homes in England, Scotland and Wales, including that of Penelope Keith, and in Kuwait, Singapore, Italy, France, New Zealand and the United States. Commissions include a Madonna and Child in Oak, for St Peters Church, Petersfield, and a bust of John Bowen, who gave his garden in Petersfield to the town for the use of the public. Other works in public places include Petersfield Hospital, and King Edward School Witley.
Carol states: "If my sculpture touches the heart, then it has achieved its real goal, to bring a little tenderness, a little light, a little healing, a little truth, a little humour and a little love into a struggling world".
 
a. Feeding the Birds (Small Minimalist Water Fountain Feature statue)   Resin bronze    £900 
b. The Family (resin Naked Loving Couple and Baby Yard statues statuette)   Resin bronze    £830 


2. 

Neale Andrew MRBS, BA(Hons)

  A Sculptor whose particular skill in portraiture is exemplified in his amazing range of commissions who include Sir Alec Bedser, Harold "Dickie" Bird, John Major, Jimmy Young, Bobby Moore, Brian Johnston, Geoff Boycott, Tony Jacklin etc etc. In between he has little time to create his own work and this piece is consequently rare.
 
a. Partial Torso (bronze nude Girl`s Bottom and Stomach Yard/garden statue)   Bronze  1/5  £4,300 


3. 

Anon of the East

  Occasionally work from the East stands out for sheer quality of workmanship and this selection we have made, has we feel, this certain something. The low prices reflect the lower costs and in consequence are remarkable bargains. The works are by a variety of different anonymous artists.
 
a. Chinese Lion Dog and Baby (bronze traditional Style Portal/Doorway Art)   Bronze  u/l  £1,750 
b. Chinese Lion Dog and Ball (bronze Traditional Portal/Doorway/Gatewayd)   Bronze  u/l  £1,750 
c. Pair bronze urns with Satyr Masks   Bronze  u/l  £1,530 
d. Pair of bronze Urns   Bronze  u/l  £434 
e. Table with Satyr Supports   Bronze  u/l  £790 
f. Taking her Ease (life size Girl Sitting/Seated garden/Yard sculptures)   Bronze  u/l  £1,952 


4. 

Felicity Aylieff BA (Hons)

  Felicity Aylieff`s desire that both the form and the surface of her work should be emotionally, visually and physically satisfying, is captured in the one piece we managed to get from her. Just as happy in the landscape as the work space, her highly tactile and original work is in demand wherever she exhibits. She is currently lecturing at the Royal Academy.
 
a. Spiral   White Clay, terracotta, aggregates  2/5  £3,350 


5. 

Patrick Barker BA (Hons), MRBS

  Patrick Barker`s charming, rounded, friendly figures have been snapped up by, amongst others, collectors in Holland, Austria, France, Germany, Singapore, Italy, Thailand, USA. Lord Carrington, Michael Hestletine, Tom Stoppard, and Pru Leith have pieces in their collections. This sculpture was being created for the festival and is shown in an incomplete state.
 
a. The sound of things to come   Lepine Limestone  1/1  £5,500 


6. 

Alan Biggs BA (Hons)

  Alan Biggs Trained at Reading University and the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris and having taken early retirement from teaching plunged into sculpture and portraiture and was selected for the RA Summer Exhibition. His time is almost entirely taken up by commissions so we are lucky to have his work to show his incredible talent for the human form in repose and motion.
 
a. Cart Wheeler (bronze resin Happy Girl Child Playing statues)   Bronze Resin  /21  £2,500 
b. Mara (Little Girl Dancing garden Yard Outdoor Cold Cast statues)   Bronze Resin  /21  £1,500 


7. 

Alan Card

  He has a natural eye for form and design and unerring ability to turn the former into spectacular reality in stainless steel. He does this alongside this other skill in designing and creating original designer furniture for exteriors as well as interiors.
 
a. Cascade water feature   Stainless steel  u/l  £385 
b. Single column water feature   Stainless steel  u/l  £295 
c. Sphere column water feature   Stainless steel  u/l  £350 
d. Sphere Water Feature   Stainless Steel  u/l  £220 


8. 

Daniel Clahane MA (WSA), BA (Hons), ARBS

  He has work in private and public collections across the world who recognize his passion for releasing from stone the innate truth of the origins of the universe and forming it into new truths. Because of pressure of demand he has had to cast some pieces in bronze of which this is a fine example.
 
a. South Wind   Bronze  1/9  £4,500 


9. 

Michael Cooper FRBS

  Exhibited in London, Woodstock, New York, Basle, Dublin, Cork etc etc, his work is in marble, stone and bronze.

His pieces are avidly collected by private and public collectors all over the world.

Recent commissions include both Jersey and London zoos. Uses mainly marble and portland stone.
 
a. female Torso (Carved Minimalist nude Girl`s Carved marble Torso statue)   Carrara Marble  1/1  £8,350 


10. 

Sean Crampton MC 1943, GM 1944, FRBS

  His obituary in the Guardian called him an "Artist forged by war and whose art reflected interest in the spiritual, his distinctive style owes much to his belief that art is a talent that life is a gift......{Artists} must discover the old heroic role of mankind, and seek diligently after truth and after beauty and after goodness."
 
a. Dame Kind   Phosphor Bronze  2/9  £20,350 


11. 

Anne Curry MRBS

  Anne Curry was Born in Charente and educated in Bordeaux, Paris and Oxford.
After a career in publishing, she settled in England and returned to an earlier passion for painting. Like many a great sculptor before, she discovered her ability and passionate love of sculpture: here are just some of the results
 
a. Naiad 1 (bronze Naked Kneeling nude Girl garden/Yard sculpture/statue)   Bronze  1/6  £16,000 


12. 

Virginia Day

  Virginia Day has studied her art at St Martins in London, Atelier Joseph McDonald, NY and Studio Sem Pietrasanata, Italy, to such great effect that it shines through in her very individual work. Has an avid following in the islands, Britain, Florida, the Ballieracs and the Continent
 
a. Chlytie (Minimalist Seated female Little garden Yard statue sculpture)   Bronze resin  /7  £2,500 


13. 

Helen Denerley SSA

  Helen Denerley`s description
Many Scottish artists are known for the discipline of looking and drawing and for their closeness to nature. This could not be more true than in the work of Helen Denerley who lives close to the land surrounded by empty roads. Even within the bounds of her unforgiving medium she creates an apparently effortless line as rich as the best charcoal drawing. Helen`s work also has a great humanity, optimism and an enduring appeal. The purity of Helen`s sculpture can only be diluted by whisky, laughter and the courage to dream
 
a. Ajay (Scrap Metal Recycled life sized Greyhound statue/scuipture)   Scrap metal  1/1  £7,200 
b. Kipper (Scrap Metal, Found Objects Lurcher Yard/garden sculptures)   Scrap Metal  1/1  £6,000 
c. Ship of the Desert (Objects Trouvees Scrap Metal Camel statue/sculpture)   Scrap metal  1/1  £25,000 
d. Smokie (Scrap Metal, Found Object life size Lurcher sculpture/statue)   Scrap metal  1/1  £6,000 
e. Smokie and Kipper   Scrap metal  1/1  £6,000 


14. 

Shirley Diamond

  Shirley trained in Kingston-upon-Hull, and presently lives and works in Manchester. During Summer 1994 she attended the first international symposium in Prelip, Macedonia and also presented work and a guest lecture at the Kostelec Bohemia Festival in the Czech Republic in September 1995. In 1996 she was awarded a Henry Moore Foundation Bursary that supported residences in West Yorkshire and Western Australia. Shown at Whitworth Art Gallery and the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and teaches at Bretton Hall.
 
a. A Relationship of Exchange   Stainless steel  1/1  £2,250 


15. 

Tim Fortune BA (hons)

  Tim Fortune is an artist who`s work has been commissioned by prestigious individuals including Dame Elizabeth Frink and establishments such as Eton College and the National History Museum. He is also internationally in demand from architects and public authorities. His ideas are continually evolving and he is always finding a new creative direction. We are very lucky to have these pieces which exemplify his astonishing imagination and skill.
 
a. Dried Earth and Heat Haze Gate (Steel Ornamental Gate sculpture/statue)   Mild Steel  u/l  £2,800 


16. 

Paul Gervis

  He is a British sculptor who has lived and worked in Columbia for 40 years where he runs a pottery of international repute, a sculpture school, and farms. His skill at interpreting the human form, particularly children and teenagers at rest and play, is exquisite
 
a. Ivan (life size nude Boy garden or Yard sculpture or statue for sale)   Bronze  1/1  £9,000 
b. Natalia (life size nude Girl Fishing garden statues)   Bronze  1/1  £9,000 


17. 

Olwen Gillmore

  Olwen Gillmore having raised five children and created and owned a top class restaurant, turned to sculpture later in life and worked with the Doyenne of British Women?s Artists, Karin Jonzen, for 9 years where she evolved her skill and passion for the human form. Her gentleness as a person comes out transparently in all her work, which has proved one of the most popular amongst buyers here.
 
a. Boy with Thorn (life size Sitting sculpture statue)   Bronze Resin  8/9  £3,170 
b. Turning Form (abstract nude female Torso garden statue)   Resin (with granite stand)  1/3  £3,335 


18. 

Dr. Nicholas Gold MBBS

  After two careers, in the Coldstream Guards and as a G.P., he has finally found his passion for using local materials and creating works for that landscape. His work is commission only, and his whims and follies can be found in Arizona, Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. He is influenced by Military Fortification and dry stonewalling of his native Yorkshire when he is not writing, exploring or inventing.
 
a. Whim 7   Granite or any stone that is available    POA 


19. 

David Goode MRBS, SPS

  David Goode is a man of many parts, producing such serious and humorous work. Initially specializing in portrait and figurative work, moving via numerous commissions to his present mischievous approach, reminiscent of Hans Anderson or Mervin Peake, which are so sought after. He is the youngest person ever to have worked for Madame Tussauds in London.
 
a. Jackpot (bronze Imp or Goblin Water Fountain sculpture)   Bronze  /90  £5,167 
b. Snailmaker   Bronze  /50  £8,510 


20. 

Simon Gudgeon SWLA, ARBS, WNAG

  Simon Gudgeon is without doubt one of the finest animal sculptors in the world today. Every piece he creates is snapped up immediately from his following of collectors. So we are extremely lucky to have his work on show here
 
a. Preening   Bronze  2/7  £14,500 


21. 

Helen Gyngell

  As well as being an artist, Helen Gyngell is a gardener/garden designer and it is her observations of plant life and organic decay that provides much of the inspirations for her work. She is one of our most recent discoveries. I look forward to seeing what other exciting pieces her fertile imagination and deft fingers can create.
 
a. Pea Pod (Copper Outsize Big garden Suspended Vegetable sculpture)   copper, steel  1/1  £3,400 


22. 

Elisabeth Hadley BA (Hons)

  Elizabeth Hadley Studied at Bristol and the Sir Henry Doulton School of Sculpture and has swiftly found her metier in the female form in all its moods and sinuous beauty. Elisabeth has exhibited successfully throughout the UK and her work is in private collections in Europe and Africa.
 
a. Bridgette (nude Standing Stretching garden sculpture)   Bronze Resin  1/9  £3,500 
b. Embla (Standing Upright nude Woman sculpture)   Bronze Resin  1/9  £3,500 


23. 

Veda Hallowes MRBS

  Veda Hallowes works mainly in bronze, drawing inspiration from natural forms; fruits, seeds, birds and butterflies. Her present creative focus is on bronze wall pieces, using elements such as flights of birds, clouds of butterflies, and abstract forms, we are lucky to get another edition of her most famous work Liberty.
 
a. Chirimoya (bronze outsize custard Apple statues)   Bronze  u/l  £3,950 
b. Dream Seed (Over Size bronze Tree Seed statue)   Bronze  2/9  £2,700 
c. Liberty (bronze sitting Young Girl Dreaming statue)   Bronze    £9,000 
d. The Source (Large bronze Half Apple Water Birdbath Yard/sculptures)   Bronze  /6  £6,500 


24. 

John Hawkwood

  John Hawkwood, trained by Ian Hanson who went on to be the principal of Madame Tussauds, is a happy confluence of classical tradition and contemporary interpretation, and judges the quality of his work by its ability to communicate and evoke powerful emotional responses.
 
a. Autumn   Bronze resin    £5,000 


25. 

Alan Herriot DA (Dundee), MRBS

  Alan Herriot`s Exhibits are mostly in the north of England and his native Scotland. His ability to capture living movement is much appreciated by his collectors both public and private.
 
a. Dolphin (bronze resin Fountain Fish sculptures)   Resin  1/9  £1,200 


26. 

Silas Higgon

  Silas Higgon creates Some of the most accurate and carefully made sundials available in Europe. Silas Higgon makes a wide selection of meticulously calibrated traditional, Innovative and contemporary Sundials. He has now retired though occasionally can be persuaded to work on a commission. This is his last piece.
 
a. Armillary Spheres (Brass Sundial Traditional/Historical)   Bronze  U/L  £1,250 
b. Equatorial Dial (Sundial Brass Accurate garden/Yard)   Bronze  1/1  £667 


27. 

Barbara Hodgkins FRBS

  An American working in Britain and Italy is bound to have an original approach, and using natural materials, she joyously fulfils expectations.
 
a. Energy   Bronze  1/9  £4,935 
b. Urne II   Marble  1/1  £2,800 
c. Urne IV   Marble  1/1  £3,485 


28. 

Andrew Horsfall MRBS

  Graceful curves and planes, crystallize organic ideas with solid structures and suggest as yet undiscovered natural forms, the sort of sculpture one is compelled to touch, is just one description of his delightful work that is so much in demand in the house, the workplace and the open space.
 
a. Contraflow   Slate, Pewter  1/1  £1,700 
b. Klein Bottle II   Clipsham limestone  1/1  £2,200 
c. Waves   Slate, pewter  1/1  £1,158 


29. 

John Huggins RWA(HVP), FRBS, NDD, ATD

  John Huggins has used several dominant themes over the years but in the eighties returned to the figure as a vehicle for expressive abstract ideas. His accessible images present a light, even playful feel but beneath this immediacy lie the serious issues of form and structure which have always controlled his work. John Huggins` sculptures have been exhibited in Geneva, Amsterdam, the Hague, Guernsey and the US as well as in Bath, Birmingham, Bristol and London where he has had twelve one-man shows and been continuously represented since 1968. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of British Sculptors and is Honorary Vice President of the Royal West of England. There are two books of his work available from ArtParks. He lives and works in Gloucestershire UK.
 
a. Caprice (bronze Modern Stylised Art Deco Kneeling Girl statue)   Bronze  1/7  £8,334 
b. Maltese Goddess (Reclining Sleeping Fat Earth Goddess garden statue)   Bronze  /7  £4,200 


30. 

Lynda Hukins

  Lynda Hukins has an insatiable love of animals and her skill is translating the wildlife in the country and the sea shore of Kent into sculpture. She somehow captures both the strength and repose of her subjects. As she is always working on commissions she has little time to indulge her inclinations and we are extraordinary lucky to have this piece.
More recently abstract bronze sculpture has come to the fore in her work with examples to found here on Artparks site.
 
a. The Vigil (Contemporary abstract Minimalist Sea Bird Cormorant statue)   Bronze  6/6  £2,975 


31. 

Christa Hunter SWA, SSS

  Born in Stuttgart - has a background of painting, drawing, collage, porcelain and terracotta, and her work reflects and evokes her love of the natural and gentle memories of her childhood. Usually cast in resin bronze, though her commissions are in bronze.
 
a. Oh I Wish   Bronze Resin  /20  £2,200 


32. 

K. Jane Jones NDD

  Trained at Winchester School of Art, and works in terracotta, resin bronze, bronze, cement fondue and plaster, using the human form with mythological references, the lighter side also attracts her, using colour, movement and humour.
 
a. Blue Venus   Resin  3/4  £1,350 


33. 

Tom Joynson

  Working mainly in bronze Tom has created bas-reliefs for UPM, a corporate commission for the London Millennium Dome as well as many private commissions.
 
a. Boxing Hares   Bronze  £3,350 


34. 

Alistair Lambert MA, BA (Hons)

  For a young artist, Alistair Lambert has a substantial number of successful commissions to his name. The slates that make up this powerful sculpture, had a previous life as the Marquette for a piece commissioned by Lord Carrington for his garden collection. That piece also explored geometry and featured in an article in Country Life. 10% of all Alistair`s sales go to Amnesty.
 
a. Cutting (stainless Steel abstract/Contemporary Outdoor garden statue)   Stainless Steel    £1,250 
b. Sapling   Stainless Steel    £2,500 
c. Star Jump   Stainless Steel  1/1  POA 
d. Turning Point   Welsh Slate, Stainless Steel  1/2  £4,300 


35. 

Jason Le Noury

  Jason Le Noury has a natural ability, augmented by study at Hereford College of Art and Design, to create life and mythical forms from steel, copper and other metal`s, and the few pieces that he creates get snapped up by his fellow islanders and from further afield. He gets better every time he sets his hand to the welder.
 
a. Face en Face (Copper and Steel Faces Peering from Tree sculptures)   Copper, Steel  1/1  £1,700 
b. La Grande Mere Daeus Mill (Cast Concrete Minimalist figurative statues)   concrete  1/1  £1,670 
c. Reach (Weathered Steel Semi abstract figurative Primitive Torso)   Steel  1/1  £4,270 


36. 

Nick Lloyd

  Nick Lloyd`s experience initially in the steel fabrication industry with British Steel preceded his time at Salford University and these combine to inspire him to create these powerful metal images. Most of his work is commissioned for public display in his beloved North of England. He is open to commissions on similar subjects if you have something in mind.
 
a. Knee Boots   Steel  1/1  £1,000 


37. 

Peter Lyell Robinson ARBS

  Though born in Australia, has lived and worked in Britain nearly all his life. He has exhibited all over Britain, Australia, and the US where he has a large following. His perceptive eye selects the essentials of his subjects for his hands to create sculpture with such seemingly dexterous ease.
 
a. Awakening (abstract Modern nude/Naked female Torso Yard sculptures)   Bronze  3/9  £13,350 
b. Odalisque (bronze nude Girl, female, life size garden/Yard sculptures)   Bronze  2/9  £15,000 


38. 

Michael Lyons FRBS, FRSA

  In 1998 Michael Lyons held a 20 year Survey Show at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, of which he was a Founding Member. Since then he has worked extensively in China, Mexico and Argentina extending his use of mild steel to encompass stainless steel and copper. In 2003 he won the Premio Fondo Nacional at the Guilin Yuzxi Paradise International Sculpture Awards. In 2006 he won the Premio Fondo Nacional de las Artes in the Chaco Biennale of Sculpture, Argentina. In 2007 he represented Britain in "Open" - an International Exhibition of Sculpture and Installations in Venice. In 2008 he exhibited in "Steel Sculpture" organized by the Fundacion Villacero at the Rami Koc Museum, Istanbul and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Monterrey, Mexico. In 2011/12 he is exhibiting in the London Bridge City Sculpture Exhibition, Hays Galleria, London. Three sculptures and ten drawings entitled "The Lady Zhen`s Well" have just been acquired by The Yale Centre for British Art, Yale University, USA.
 
a. High Priest (Modern Steel abstract Out Doors sculptures)   Steel  1/1  £26,675 
b. Horn Blower (Large Modern abstract Steel Contemporary sculptures)   Steel  1/1  £41,675 


39. 

Rob J Maingay

  Rob Maingay`s is in immense demand in Holland for his sculptures, there seems scarcely a town there that does not have at least one of his works. It is only because his ancestors, fleeing from the terror in Normandy, lived for a time in Guernsey that we persuaded this sculptural giant to exhibit here.
 
a. Counter-formes (Carved stone Columnar abstract Modern statue/statuary)   Freestone  1/1  £14,300 
b. Positive-Negative (Small Carved Rectangular garden/Yard statues)   Granite  1/1  £6,850 
c. Upright (Tall Carved Black Granite abstract Modern Columnar sculptures)   Granite  1/1  £25,000 


40. 

Lorne Mckean RASA, FRBS, SEA

  Lorne Mckean`s long and highly successful career continues to flourish with many exciting new commissions. She has countless works in public and private spaces and a royal commission early in her career lead to four more Royal commissions, the most recent being a 1/2 life-size bronze of H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh for Guards Polo Club, Windsor Park.

She has just completed a bronze of Adolfo Cambiaso, the worlds greatest Polo player and a sculpture of Lee Pearson (paralympic winner of 9 gold medals) performing dressage..

Lorne began studying seriously at the age of 10 when her work attracted the attention of Prince Serge Yourievitch a contemporary and friend of Rodin and under his guidance and encouragement she began modelling at his studio.

Lorne McKean was a student at the Royal Academy Schools and won the Leverhume Scholarship, the Silver medal for sculpture combined with architecture, and the Feodora Gleichen Scholarship. Two sculptures were accepted by the Royal Academy when she was only 20. She was elected a Member of the Society of Portrait Sculptors in 1969 and a Fellow of the Royal Society of British Sculptors in 1972.

"Lorne McKean`s exhibitions have been an outstanding success with the public and critics alike and her work has gone to collections all over the world"

Whenever possible Lorne likes to work from life as she finds direct contact with her subject inspires, enlivens and enlightens her work. The search for the essence of a subject has always attracted and fascinated her.

Lorne McKean is married to sculptor Edwin Russell who she met while studying at the Royal Academy Schools and they have two children, Rebecca a Veterinary surgeon and Tanya founder and principal of The Art Academy, London Bridge.
 
a. Leaping Dolphins (bronze resin Fish sculptures)   Fibre bronze  3/6  £6,500 
b. Trout Sundial (Lifesize bronze Fish Outdoor Outside garden sculptures)   Bronze  21/25  £14,167 


41. 

Ev Meynell SSS

  Revels in interpreting the human form and wildlife in such a way, that he seems to touch a chord with everybody - he is without doubt the most sought after Sculptor in the island, and is a frequent visitor here with his friend and co-sculptor Guy Portelli.

Ev has been working as a professional sculptor for the past 35 years. He works in clay then casts his pieces in bronze or various resins. In recent years his abstract sculptures have been constructed with stainless steel.

In both his figurative and abstract works he strives to illustrate the natural vitality linking humans and other living forms. This is particularly evident in his latest works such as `Budburst`, `Vol au Vent` and `Earthdance`.
 
a. 4 Doves   Re-constituted stone  u/l  £175 
b. abstract Doves   Re-constituted stone  u/l  £152 
c. Gossiping Graces   Bronze Resin  /15  £4,250 
d. Lotus   Marble  1/1  POA 
e. Sirishasama   Hand Carved Marble  1/9  £6,500 


42. 

Sheila Mitchell FRBS, ARCA, NDD

  Sheila Mitchell Worked in bronze, resin bronze and terracotta. Portrait busts include HRH the Duchess of Kent, Sir George Edwards, Sebastian Coe and Jaqueline Bouvier (Onasis). President for 5 years of the Society of Portrait Sculptors. Sculptures in collections worldwide. Recent commissions include 11ft high bronze Pilgrim Statue for Walsingham. Exhibiting at the R.A., 28 Cork Street, London and abroad.
 
a. Young Girl   Bronze resin  /5  £3,800 


43. 

Moudoir

  A pen name for a group of Artist Stonemasons in Guernsey using their artistry with their traditional skills on granite.
 
a. Acorn Finial   Granite    £540 
b. Lion Head Fountain   Granite    £550 
c. Spheres   Stone  u/l  £500 


44. 

Peter Newsome PhD, FRBS, RBA

  Nearly all his work is devoted to the exploration of glass as a sculptural medium and where appropriate he adapts the latest glass engineering techniques. He often incorporates toughened and shatter resistant glass laminates and is thus able to create glass sculpture which does not need support and is robust and durable.

Has exhibited and sold his unique glass pieces all over the world.

His technology degree has given him great insight into structure and physical properties of glass, and this enables him to realise highly original and unexpected artistic possibilities for this spectacular medium.

His work frequently features on television.
Very much in demand.
 
a. Lyrical Curve   Glass on Marble  1/1  £940 


45. 

Peter Nicholas FRBS, ARCA

  Peter Nicholas Started his career in art young - studying at the Cardiff Art School and the Royal College of Art. He has exhibited all over Britain, where his art is sought after for public and private collections. Working largely in stone and marble, his versatile chisel creates miniature and massive work. One of the greats of the old school.
 
a. My Doll   Portland stone  1/1  £4,200 


46. 

Adam Oliver BA (Hons)

  A rare artist who has both skill, sense of humour, a love of his work and his subject. All these attributes shine through in his work.
 
a. Fat Sally   Iron Resin    £2,800 


47. 

Gary Pickles

  Gary Pickles has a deftness and skill with copper, which combines with a sure eye for form. The shapes and designs are absorbed from nature and then worked into the finished creation. He has work in private collections all over the country, we have sent them as far as Australia.
 
a. 1.5m Norway Maple Fountain (Copper Water Feature Pond sculpture)   Copper  u/l  £2,563 
b. Bean Tree (Big Copper Water Fountain Features statues)   Copper    POA 
c. Sunflower Water sculpture (Copper Fountain garden statues)   Copper  u/l  £369 


48. 

Guy Portelli FRBS, VPRBA

  Rising head and shoulders above his contemporaries Guy Portelli`s work is found all over Britain, the US and Europe, in private, public and corporate collections. Somehow with all his commissions and own inspirations he manages to find time to work on the committee of the RBS and write books on the sculptors of the 20th Century with equal skill and panache, as well as organizing art shows and events.
 
a. Dragonfly (bronze Mosaic garden and Yard and Pond sculptures/statues)   Glass Mosaic/Bronze  /10  £6,000 


49. 

Kenneth Potts MRBS, BA

  Kenneth Potts great skill in figurative work is reflected in the astonishing amount of commissions, bronze portraits of such heroes as Douglas Bader, Wellington, Napoleon, Johnny Johnson etc and his ability to give a feeling of movement as well as peace, he has been asked to exhibit at the RA, The Sladmore Gallery, Tokyo, New York etc etc.
 
a. Fountain Girl (Small nude female garden/Water Features statue/sculpture)   Stoneware  u/l  £3,120 
b. Heron (bronze small or Little Heron Pond/Waterside sculptures/statues)   Bronze  7/9  £8,084 
c. In the Surf (bronze nude/Naked Couple Gambolling in Sea/Surf statues)   Bronze  u/l  £8,750 
d. Mother and Child   Bronze resin  u/l  £4,170 
e. Mother and Child II (Sitting Maternal sitting statue statuary sculpture)   Stoneware  u/l  £1,085 


50. 

Paul Riley

  Paul Riley is a thoroughly accomplished and well rounded artist in sculpture, painting and drawing whose skill extends to teaching and organizing workshops and exhibitions. Despite this busy life he is featured in a great deal in a wide variety of exhibitions in London, Frankfurt, The Tate, Philadelphia, Berlin, etc etc.
 
a. Black Figure1 (nude resin Modern abstract Stylised Girl Sitting statue)   Graphite resin    £2,670 
b. Handstand 1 (Small nude garden/Yard Modern Inca statue/sculptures)   Graphite resin    £1,350 
c. Kissing Arch (resin nude Stylised Couple garden or Yard sculptures)   Graphite resin    £4,000 
d. Mother and Child (Semi abstract Decorative garden sculptures statues)   Marble Powder, resin    £1,420 


51. 

Timothy Shutter MA, ARBS

  Timothy Shutter is in such demand for commissions for public and private collections, he has very little time to work on his own inspirations and we are privileged to share some of his own examples of realism. His work is of such quality that it has nearly all been funded by rural development funds, the Lottery, Arts Councils and County Councils.
 
a. Canon (Carved stone Giant Camera garden sculptures)   Portland stone  1/1  £1,745 
b. Half Sheep   Marble  1/1  £980 


52. 

Paul Smith BA (Hons)

  Paul Smith, drawing inspiration from cave paintings and developing with echoes from the Renaissance overlaid with the wildness and drama of the Highlands of Scotland and the Peak District. Stripping everything down to its element essential, he creates this art form that is all his own.
 
a. Dark Horse (Contemporary Wire Indoor/Outdoor Horse statue/statuette)   Copper plated wire  1/1  £850 


53. 

Michael Speller

  In his work Michael draws heavily from his own personal experiences, presenting his interpretation of the human condition. Our environment, our families, our neighbours, and the society we live in - all are interlinked and interdependent. As he explores the balance between conflicting forces and emotions, his work is visually striking and reflects a passion and enthusiasm for life.
 
a. Commitment (abstract figurative garden/Yard statues)   Bronze  12  POA 


54. 

Geoffrey Stinton

  The man who rediscovered the Aeolian Harp as an art form. The Ancients used to use wooden boxes with harp strings which were vibrated by the wind but it was not until Geoffrey applied his technical skill combined with his artists flair that something so pleasing on the eye and ear has been created from modern composites. Despite being in such demand for what he can make he still somehow finds time to create new and exciting forms.
 
a. Otina   Resin Bronze    £1,000 


55. 

Elizabeth Studdert MRBS

  Elizabeth Studdert, Who has a Diploma Art and Design (Wales) and Post Graduate Year City and Guilds (London), has exhibited in London, Paris and Amsterdam: Her works aim for tension, balance and latent movement and are in collections in England, Germany and Holand. Of Anglo-Irish descent, she has lived in Ireland, Scotland and Wales. She was elected Associate Member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors in 1998 and shows with Surrey Sculptors, Surrey artists, Hampshire Sculpture Trust and Local Galleries. Her work was shown at the Hannah Peschar Sculpture in Landscape garden, Le Club des Arts, Paris, Gallery Lughien Amsterdam, and semi permanent at Beale Park, Reading. She has sculptures in private collections in England, Wales, Germany and Holland.
 
a. Shell Gatherer (nude Girl statues/sculptures)   Resin Bronze    £1,880 


56. 

Jilly Sutton BA, MRBS

  Jilly Sutton trained at Exeter College of Art. She carves "in the round" large pieces of timber, the challenge being the plastic manipulation of the wood. Her mostly figurative work has a haunting beauty, with an over-riding feeling of peace. Her double sized head of the Poet Laureate is in the National Portrait Gallery collection. Much of her work is cast in bronze or sometimes Olive-stone from her original carvings.
 
a. The Ponderer (Calm Carved Cast Womans Face sculptures/statues/Masks)   Olive stone cast from wood  /9  £3,800 
b. The Sleeper (Large bronze Lovely Womans Face statues/masks/sculptures)   Bronze  2/3  £6,500 
c. The Wing   Bronze  1/9  £1,600 


57. 

Sarah Tombs MA (Hons)

  A remarkably versatile artist, having graduated from Wimbledon, Chelsea and The Royal College where she won the Henry Moore Scholarship. She creates work of quality and power, and unbounded originality. Each piece has a spontaneity and character of its own.
 
a. Corpuscle (Carved stone abstract Contemporary statuette/sculpture/art)   Bathstone  1/1  £555 
b. Spanish Dancer (Small abstract Contemporary bronze statue/sculpture)   Bronze  2/9  £4,200 


58. 

Jennifer Urmenyi

  A member of the Surrey Sculpture Society revels in ceramics as an Art Form and produces these lovely shells amongst other things at very reasonable prices to adorn pools, rockeries and gardens. Very popular in England.
 
a. Molluscs   Glazed Pottery/Ceramic  u/l  £160 


59. 

Marcelle Van Bemmel

  Marcelle, whose feral imagination spans and creates a wonderful variety of work, be it re-carving the landscape or creating sculpture to form a symbiosis with its space, so that both intensify each other. Look at her portfolio to see this personified. She has exhibited all over Europe, though this is her first time in Guernsey, and we are incredibly lucky to have her work represented here.
 
a. Maple Seed   Painted metal 4 different mosaics  1/4  £1,450 
b. Pumpkin   Mosaic on flexible concrete  1/1  £2,000 


60. 

Henk Van Putten

  Whose mastery of design and precision shows through in all his work. The rhythms he creates are superbly defined in these pieces we have here? Look and marvel how simple he makes a complex concept. He is a giant amongst giants with pieces in most serious collections in the world.
 
a. Strength (stainless Steel Small abstract sculptures)   Stainless Steel  1/1  £2,200 


61. 

Mick Watson

  His natural feel for solid forms and their relationships with each other and the universe reflects in all his work to date which he attacks with a mixture of humour and panache.
 
a. Undecided II   Guernsey Granite  1/1  £1,500 


62. 

Alex Wheeler

  Although born in the US, she has lived most of her life in England where she studied at Morley College of Art, Heatherley School of Arts and Sir John Cass School of Fine Art. Her beautifully evocative figurative work is in demand wherever she exhibits.
 
a. Antonia (Stylised Small Naked Girl Reclining nude statue sculpture)   Cement Fondue  1/9  £1,170 


63. 

Diana Whelan MRBS

  Diana Whelan`s private commissions can be found in Holland, Germany, Portugal, Switzerland and the America`s and her public commissions include St. Thomas`s Hospital, Keele University, Albourne Church etc etc. Like many great sculptors she started as a painter but unusually came to sculpting via domestic pottery, but what a result.
 
a. Gemma   Terracotta Resin  /10  £1,670 


64. 

Paul Wilson BA (Hons)

  Paul has a natural aptitude with stone using natural forms as a basis for his pleasing and tactile work. His central natural theme pervades his diverse subjects and materials, a collectors sculptor. Although trained he has that something that cannot be acquired through learning.
 
a. Ocean Cone (Carved stone abstract contemporary garden Ornament statues)   Derbyshire limestone  1/1  £1,740 
b. Seapod (Small Carved stone Contemporary abstract garden sculptures)   Derbyshire Limestone  1/1  £3,000 
c. Tideway (Little Carved stone Yard/garden abstract statues sculptures)   Derbyshire limestone  1/1  £2,140 


65. 

Faith Winter FRBS, FRSPS

  She has two very distinct sides to her work. The intensely evocative and often seductive figurative bronzes on the one hand and on the other portrait work of such luminaries as Air Chief Marshall Lord Dowding, Marshall of the RAF, Sir Arthur Harris, Memorial of the Liberation of the Falklands, The Soldiers, unveiled by the Queen at Catterick and has been commissioned to do portraits, busts of Maria Callas, Kemal Jumblatt, HRH, the Princess Royal etc. She first exhibited at the R.A. aged only 19.
 
a. Aubade   Bronze  /9  £25,000 
b. Sleepwalker   Bronze  3/9  £12,590 


66. 

Olive Wootton ARCA, MRBS

  Trained at Goldsmith and The Royal College of Art. In her animal work she manages to capture that fleeting essence of movement which transcends mere accuracy, a rare accomplishment. Olive often uses mythology as subject matter for her work involving the human form. She finds the demands of expressing emotion relevant to the human condition both challenging and exciting.
 
a. Summers Child (A Grand Child Playing with Water sculpture statue)   Resin bronze  /9  £4,000 


67. 

Althea Wynne ARCA, FRBS

  Though inspired by classical tradition, Althea`s work develops her forms of human figures and animals with a contemporary treatment, using high-fired ceramic with the colour of Cotswold stone.
 
a. Skin Deep (ceramic nude Girl`s Torso garden statues)   High-fired Stoneware clay  /20  £1,084 
b. Twos Company (Large ceramic garden/Yard figurative abstract statues)   Clay  1/1  £2,000 


68. 

Jenny Wynne Jones NDD, ATD

  Jenny expresses a feeling of tranquillity, spiritually and beauty in her sculpture of female figures and children, for which she may use her family to sit, whilst she models them, as her sculptures of Ben and Kate. She has most of her sculptures cast in bronze or bronze resin. Jenny has exhibited at over 20 galleries and stately gardens from Cornwall to East Sussex and galleries in London.
 
a. Kate (nude Girls garden/Yard Seated sculptures)   Resin bronze    £1,650 
b. Lucy (Little Girl Child resin Standing statues)   Resin bronze    £1,425 
c. Sophie (nude Girl Sitting Outside Outdoor statues)   Copper Resin  /15  £1,500 
d. Toby (Boy Sitting Thinking Yard garden sculptures)   Resin bronze  39/40  £1,350 


69. 

Rafael Zabala

  He is an active member of the Surrey Sculpture Society, and has exhibited at Borde Hill and Osterly already this year, and draws much of his inspiration from life and myth.
 
a. Resurrection   Resin Bronze    £1,650 



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