Sculpture for Interiors

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The Observer, Interior Sculpture               Contemplation               The Kiss, Interior Sculpture

Cheek to cheek , Dance Sculpture            Meditation, Corporate Sculpture            Salsa , Dance Sculpture

Relaxing, Interior Sculpture

tete a tete llTogether Soapstone lThe Caress view 2

At Ease soapstoneHomage to Henry Moore front


Interior Soapstone Sculpture

Although different types of soapstone are found in many places in the world, I have access to the only quarry in England, which is in Cornwall. This particular stone gives me the opportunity to produce sculpture that has a feeling of strength and weight.   By creating sharp changes of plane, as against subtle surfaces, it is possible to achieve polished highlights.  I find that taking advantage of this can give the effect of depth and movement, causing the viewer’s eye to move around the work.

Sculpture for the home

Many of my smaller interior sculptures are purchased by private clients who respond aesthetically to my style of work, which mainly depicts variations on the human figure and the emotions and relationships which apply to us all. Couple and group sculptures predominate though I often create a sculpture depicting a single figure which may be pensive, expectant, or relaxing.

Those interior sculptures designed specifically for the home will complement a traditional or contemporary setting and can be displayed as a focal point on coffee and side tables, shelves and window sills or on specially designed plinths. They are of a scale suitable for most settings and are in stone, bronze resin, bronze and other cast materials.

Interior Sculpture for the Workplace

For a corporate setting a sculpture will add interest on a reception desk, office interior or boardroom setting whilst larger sculptures can make a statement in an atrium or foyer. I often work with architects and designers to create sculptures which reflect the company’s image and ethos, but often sculptures such as those shown will fit the brief.

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