David Worthington

That “thing” was, in fact, Barbara Hepworth’s Single Form that is now located at the United Nations building in New York. Worthington went on to watch what he readily admits was an inordinate amount of science fiction television programmes as a child,...

Richard Goldsmith MRBS

Oxfordshire-based artist Richard Goldsmith is one of the most original sculptors working today. He is entirely self-taught, creating beautifully-crafted objects of extraordinary mystery out of relatively humble materials such as cast concrete and various sheet metals....

Simon Allen

The trinity of land, sea and light that lies at the heart of Simon Allen’s sculpture has been a central element of Cornish art since the region began attracting the attention of landscape painters in the early nineteenth century. Later it became the main source of...

Jonathan Loxley MRBS

All sculpture is about the transformation of materials into new contexts and configurations, but few artists bring to that process the grace and subtlety that Jonathan Loxley achieves. Whether working in marble, slate, onyx or limestone, on small objects for interiors...

Almuth Tebbenhoff

We are at a moment when scientific inquiry seems preoccupied with the concept of dematerialisation – the disappearance of matter or its apprehension on a register that cannot be accommodated by the naked eye. Sculpture’s core concerns with gravity, weight,...

Simon Hitchens

Simon Hitchens is one of the UK’s most successful practitioners of public art and a master of its many technical and creative disciplines. His public works are celebrated by those who commission them and those who live with them and they can be seen in a wide...