Olivia Clifton-Bligh

 

Olivia Clifton-Bligh is an award-winning figurative sculptor working in bronze, and also a printmaker specialising in woodcut and linocut techniques. Olivia studied at Goldsmiths’ College (BA.Hons Fine Art/Art History 1990-93). She exhibits her work in London and throughout the UK and is currently a member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. In 2014 she won the Altea Wynne Bursary Award.

 

Long Dogs

bronze

110 x 45 x 45cm

 

 

Sara Ingleby-MacKenzie

 

Sara Ingleby-MacKenzie has been sculpting since 1982, when she graduated with a first class honours degree in Sculpture and Print Making from Bath Academy of Art. The same year she was awarded the Henry Moore Foundation Scholarship.

 

Monaco

bronze, edition of 9

57 x 15 x 16cm

 

 

Carnival

bronze, edition of 9

36 x 20 x 15cm

 

 

Festival Chic

bronze, edition of 9

63 x 12 x 8cm

 

 

Daiquiri

bronze, edition of 5

2015

160 x 40 x 40cm

 

Uptown Girl

bronze, edition of 6

2016

163 x 40 x 40cm

 

Manhattan

bronze, edition of 5

2013

153 x 40 x 40cm

 

 

 

Jules

bronze, edition of 10

2016

40 x 18 x 16cm

 

 

Jersey Lily

bronze, edition of 9

2013

69 x 23 x 10m

 

 

Mint Julep

bronze, edition of 9

2013

70 x 10 x 10cm

 

 

 

Sea Breeze

bronze, edition of 10

2016

38 x 33 x 7cm

 

 

Lunch Break

bronze, edition of 10

2016

11 x 11 x 11cm

 

Walk in the Park

bronze, edition of 15

2016

18 x 21 x 10cm

Summertime

bronze, edition of 10

h.46cm w.15cm d.15cm

 

 

Great Expectations

bronze, edition of 9

h.56cm w.20cm d.15cm

 

Breezy

bronze, edition of 12

h.41cm w.22cm d.12cm

 

 

Rendezvous

bronze, edition of 9

40 x 10 x 10cm

 

 

 

 

Puddings

bronze, edition of 10

38 x 8 x 8cm

 

Skipper

bronze, edition of 8

31 x 11 x 11cm

 

 

 

The Dress

bronze, edition of 9

h. 48cm

 

 

Margaret Lovell D.LITT, FRBS, RWA

 

Margaret Lovell is an award-winning sculptor and a Fellow of the Royal British Society of Sculptors. She trained at the Slade, London and the Academy of Fine Arts , Florence and has undertaken commissions across the UK, Europe and the USA. Her work, mostly in bronze, can be found in the collections of The Arts Council of Great Britain, Barclays Bank and Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery among many other public and private collections.

Perasma II

bronze, limited edition of 4
110 x 20 x 20cm

 

Nefertine III
bronze, limited edition of 4

22 x 23 x 9cm

 

 

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