In ancient Greek myth and religion, Helios is the god and personification of the Sun. Working from the original small maquette made twenty years earlier and using the same model, the life size sculpture was completed and cast in 2020.
Commemorating the working people of Britain’s canals, this sculpture pays tribute to the history of 250 City Road.
Aron has been and continues to be an inspiration as a model in the studio. The torso acknowledges the classical tradition of representing the athlete as hero.
One of the two groups of sculpture at the centre of the AFM at the National Memorial Arboretum at Alrewas, near Lichfield, in Staffordshire. This group illustrates the loss and grief surrounding the mortal injury of a soldier. The imagery… Read More >
The second sculpture group depicts figures before the Eternal Gates to Paradise: A lone figure points to the Open Gate. Here on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month the sun’s rays dramatically pass through the… Read More >
The male nude has been at the centre of Western European art for the past two thousand years: although its place in the public arena has diminished in the post-war era, it stills retains the power to shock and to… Read More >
This roundel is a proposal for a new property mark for the Worshipful Company of Mercers’ in the City of London. The maiden in relief harks back to the roundels of the Renaissance artist Lucca Della Robbia. She is demure… Read More >
Colet was an English scholar, Renaissance humanist, theologian, member of the Worshipful Company of Mercers, and Dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London. His original memorial was destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666. This new memorial is sited… Read More >
Ian Rank-Broadley is one of the foremost sculptors working today. His effigy of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II appears on all UK and Commonwealth coinage since 1998. He has recently completed work on one of the most important war memorials since WWII, the Armed Forces Memorial.