• Accord

    by Michael Thacker

    £3,500
    DIMENSIONS: 22.5 x 6.5 inches (57.2 x 16.5 cm) MEDIUM: Black marble and palladium leaf Michael uses natural forms as one of his primary references, seedpods, shells, fossils and plant buds. The idea that a form develops and grows from within a hard casing to burst forth and reveal a new appearance is paramount to his thought process. Unbalancing the original and juxtaposing taut polished geometric forms against roughly textured organic shapes that emerge from within. MAKE AN ENQUIRY

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      Vault

      by Michael Thacker

      £3,950
      DIMENSIONS: 17.3 x 23 x 9 inches (43.9 x 58.4 x 22.9 cm) SIGNATURE: Signed MEDIUM: Ruivina marble and platinum leaf Michael uses natural forms as one of his primary references, seedpods, shells, fossils and plant buds. The idea that a form develops and grows from within a hard casing to burst forth and reveal a new appearance is paramount to his thought process. Unbalancing the original and juxtaposing taut polished geometric forms against roughly textured organic shapes that emerge from within.  
    • Abstract stone sculpture

      Eternal, 2015

      by Michael Thacker

      £14,000
      DIMENSIONS: 36 x 13 x 9.2 inches (91.4 x 33 x 23.4 cm) SIGNATURE: Inscribed and dated (near base) MEDIUM: Lincoln limestone and gold leaf Michael uses natural forms as one of his primary references, seedpods, shells, fossils and plant buds. The idea that a form develops and grows from within a hard casing to burst forth and reveal a new appearance is paramount to his thought process. Unbalancing the original and juxtaposing taut polished geometric forms against roughly textured organic shapes that emerge from within.  
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      Heart and Soul

      by Lorenzo Quinn

      P.O.A.
      DIMENSIONS: 28.3 x 22.8 x 17.7 inches (72 x 58 x 45 cm) SIGNATURE: Signed 'Lorenzo' and numbered '2/9' MEDIUM: Bronze and composite This captivating free-standing sculpture by the artist Lorenzo Quinn stems from two arms and explodes into a series of hands, twisting and writhing.  
    • Disruption

      by Michael Thacker

      £2,200
      DIMENSIONS: 27 x 13 x 5.5 inches (68.6 x 33 x 14 cm) MEDIUM: Portoro Marble Michael uses natural forms as one of his primary references, seedpods, shells, fossils and plant buds - the unique effect of the Portoro marble particularly lends itself to the idea of some kind of fossilised artefact.    
    • Yield II

      by Michael Thacker

      £14,000
      DIMENSIONS: 40 x 21 x 9 inches (101.6 x 53.3 x 22.9 cm) SIGNATURE: Inscribed on base MEDIUM: Thala limestone Michael uses natural forms as one of his primary references, seedpods, shells, fossils and plant buds - the unique effect of the Portoro marble particularly lends itself to the idea of some kind of fossilised artefact. The idea that a form develops and grows from within a hard casing to burst forth and reveal a new appearance is paramount to his thought process. Unbalancing the original and juxtaposing taut polished geometric forms against roughly textured organic shapes that emerge from within.
    • A Wing and a Prayer

      by PJ Crook

      P.O.A.
      DIMENSIONS: 38.0 x 35.0 x 19.0 ins/ 96.5 x 88.9 x 48.3 cm MEDIUM: Recycled soft sculpture In her latest works P.J. Crook still takes on the plight of the planet, as she reflects on the current issues facing the world today, including climate change, the worldwide pandemic, and the recent Black Lives Matter movement. The artist reminds us that we should learn to love and respect each other regardless of colour or creed and all that inhabits our beautiful world.  
    • The Meek

      by Cathy Lewis

      £8,500
      DIMENSIONS: 45 x 30 inches (114.3 x 76.2 cm) MEDIUM: Jesmonite and paint SIGNATURE: Signed  
    • The Wonder

      by Cathy Lewis

      £9,800
      DIMENSIONS: 38 x 15 in. / 96.5 x 38 cm MEDIUM: Jesmonite & Gold Leaf This is a figurative sculpture by the artist Cathy Lewis of a child covered in a layer of gold leaf from feet to neck, and then across the eyes in the fashion of a mask. The figure stands on a decorative plinth and is wearing an ornate headdress.
    • Zap – Nowhere near Gotham

      by Cathy Lewis

      £8,500
      DIMENSIONS: (unframed) 86.1 x 48.3 cms / 33.9 x 19 ins SIGNATURE: Signed CL 1/6 MEDIUM: Cast marble - edition 4/6 Mask pushed up above his eyes, head down, hands in pockets—his face and stance proof that taking on the world is sometimes exhausting and often discouraging. Zap is a wonderful piece displaying the innocence of childhood.  
    • Severance

      by Michael Thacker

      £5,800
      DIMENSIONS: 32 x 6.75 x 4.5 in MEDIUM: White Onyx  
    • Flow

      by Michael Thacker

      £6,200
      DIMENSIONS: 15 x 10 x 5 inches (38.1 x 25.4 x 12.7 cm) MEDIUM: Lincoln Limestone with Gold Leaf  
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