My fascination with sculpture began, whilst studying design in the 80's at Maidstone College of Art.
In 2007 I gave up my day job to become a full time sculptor. Since that time I have lived, worked, taught and exhibited in the UK, Bulgaria and Germany. I currently live and work in France.
My aim through my workshops is to introduce people to the wonder of sculpture and to help beginners and more experienced students to realise their ideas in 3D.
Having worked with many different materials my current focus is on figurative sculptures in clay. The process of making sculpture is endlessly fascinating, challenging and satisfying. I think we should be open to all possibilities and not place limitations on ourselves and our creativity.
Ma passion pour la sculpture a commencé alors que j'étudiais le design dans les années 80 au Maidstone College of Art, en Angleterre.
En 2007, j'ai abandonné mon emploi pour devenir sculpteur à plein temps. Depuis, j'ai vécu, travaillé, enseigné et exposé au Royaume-Uni,
en Bulgarie et en Allemagne. Actuellement, je vis et travaille en France, en Vendée.
Mon objectif à travers mes ateliers est de présenter aux gens les merveilles de la sculpture et d'aider les débutants et les étudiants plus expérimentés
à réaliser leurs idées en 3D.
Ayant travaillé avec des différents matériaux, actuellement, mon travail se focalise sur la sculpture figurative en argile. Le processus de
fabrication de la sculpture est sans cesse fascinant, stimulant et source de challenge.
Je pense que nous devrions être ouverts à toutes les possibilités et ne pas nous imposer de limites à nous-mêmes et à notre créativité.
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