Ceramist Fabienne Auzolle is one of France’s most celebrated and original artists. It’s easy to see why. Her work is delicate, mystical, beautiful. And it has brought her success in exhibitions from US to Korea, and Norway to Singapore.
The abiding memory regarding sculpting animal form is that there is no substitute for being there first-hand for complete sensory immersion.
Stephen Glassborow is a classical sculptor with a twist. His work projects the anatomical rigour of the Renaissance, but Stephen adds arresting compositions and jarring colour to the mix to ensure a modern flavour.
Mark captures nature's perfection wonderfully... His work has collectors all over the world, and has been exhibited at the Chelsea Flower Show, Hampton Court, with one piece donated to the Prince's Trust Garden.
Tom’s signature technique is to piece together his sculptures by layering 2D slices together to form a coherent 3D whole...It’s an almost mathematical technique, and yet the result is rather profound.
For over 50 years, sculptor John Huggins has pursued his artistic passion for interpreting natural forms – human figure, waves, birds in flight, horses – in bronze. John’s talent and commitment has made him a major figure in British sculpture.
Philip Jackson is Britain’s foremost sculptor, with a worldwide reputation for public commissions. Alongside his public works, Philip has found time to produce several gallery pieces on display at The Catto Gallery.
Nimrod Messeg uses ancient forging techniques that give his sculptures a unique style and appearance. These methods permit him to take metal and transform it into something beautiful, gentle, light, curvaceous… even soft.
Fans of James Mortimer's paintings will recognise the eccentric characters that form his first collection of bronze sculptures. Catto are thrilled to have them in the gallery.
Like the best sculptures, Helen's work has the power to arouse profound emotion in the viewer and seem to belong in the natural world.