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Royal West of England Academy Sculpture Open until 2 June

  • Royal West of England Academy Sculpture Open until 2 June

I am pleased to have one of my marble sculptures selected as part of the show at the Royal West of England Academy in Bristol. 

This dynamic and varied exhibition showcases some of the most exciting sculptors from across the country and beyond. Almost all of the work is for sale, making the Sculpture Open a perfect opportunity to discover new artists or invest in well-known names.

The RWA Sculpture Open will celebrate contemporary sculptural practice in all its many forms. From bronze casting to 3D printing, stone carving to found objects, sculpture is arguably the most diverse of artistic mediums allowing unrivalled freedom in materials, process, form and scale. Crossing boundaries between architecture, design, manufacturing and craft sculpture is a constantly evolving art form that pervades our lives like no other – from public monuments to the coins we carry in our pockets, sculpture is all around us.’

// posted 20 March 2019

Rules of Freedom. Collyer Bristow Gallery. Exhibition open till 27th March 2019

  • Rules of Freedom. Collyer Bristow Gallery

Some new sculptures on show as part of the exhibition.

Exhibition continues: 11 October- 27th March 2019, Monday – Friday by appointment.
Collyer Bristow Gallery, 4 Bedford Row, London WC1R 4TF


// posted 3 October 2018

Solo show till 25th Jan 2019 – School of Earth Sciences University of Bristol

  • Save the date. 11.7.18. Bristol University 2

‘This exhibition began as a six month fellowship between the artist and School of Earth Sciences. Alice met with many scientists from across departments all looking into different aspects of climate change. These meetings and the ideas discussed generated drawings and photographic studies which led to Alice making a new collection of sculptures from the university’s rock archive. Exploring notions of tipping points, unprecedented rates of change and unstable objects.’ http://www.bristol.ac.uk/cabot/what-we-do/more-case-studies/2017/climate-change-look-like.html

// posted 2 October 2018