Abstract Sculpture in Stone

“Even the person who is not a stone carver can appreciate the special good qualities of stone. Pebbles on the beach and rocks and round pillars and the masonry of Norman castles…are things which all men find beautiful”. Eric Gill

Stone has a dense composite structure, made from plants, minerals and invertebrates over many thousands of years. The variety and beauty of its colours and striations form the bones of the landscape and contribute to its identity. Its different characteristics give stone ‘personality’, which appeals to sculptors.

Sculptors work in granite, Italian marble and many stones found in Great Britain and Europe, including Hoptonwood, Ancaster, Kilkenny and Portland limestones. Stones from India, Africa and South America are growing in popularity with sculptors.

See also Galleries / Exhibition 2020: 'All the Fading Landscape' for latest pieces.

Click on Galleries in the main menu / Sculpture, Ceramics and Furniture under £5,000 for relevant pieces below.

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Jude Tucker - Arcadia
Jude Tucker - Arcadia (Ancaster Weatherbed, Hornton stone base, 114 x 37 x 12 cms, base ht. 30 cms)
Jude Tucker - Pneuma
Jude Tucker - Pneuma (Ancaster Weatherbed, Hornton stone base, 114 x 37 x 12 cms, base ht. 30 cms)
Jude Tucker - Nascent Warrior
Jude Tucker - Nascent Warrior (Ancaster Weatherbed, Hornton stone base, 90 x 87 x 11 cms, base ht. 50 cms)
Almuth Tebbenhoff FRBS - Vortex
Almuth Tebbenhoff FRSS - Vortex (Portugallo Rosa marble, Cardoso marble base, ht. 60 cms + steel plinth)
Alyosha Moeran - Major Domo
Alyosha Moeran - Major Domo (Ancaster stone, oak plinth, 85 cms diameter)
Shelley Robzen MRBS
Shelley Robzen MRBS - Dancing in the Clouds 2 (Carrara marble, 155 x 140 x 77 cms)
Shelley Robzen - D in the C 2
Shelley Robzen MRSS - Dancing in the Clouds 2 (Carrara marble, 155 x 140 x 77 cms, image: Sally Edwards Photography)
Steve Atkinson - Prospicio
Steve Atkinson - Prospicio (Portland stone, Kilkenny limestone figure, ht. 78 cms)
Alyosha Moeran - Puff
Alyosha Moeran - Puff (Cumbrian slate, oak plinth, 30 cms diameter, ht. with plinth 80 cms)
Roger Stephens - Back to the Future
Roger Stephens MRSS - Back to the Future (Grangemill limestone, Portland stone base, ht. 53 cms incl. base)
Matt Maddocks - Untitled
Matt Maddocks - Untitled (Indian granite, 50 x 50 x 15 cms, granite plinth 100 x 25 x 25 cms)
Johannes von Stumm - Guardian
Johannes von Stumm FRSS - Guardian (Cornish granite, stainless steel, glass, mild steel base, ht. 270 cms)
Tim Royall - Mistral
Tim Royall - Mistral (Bardiglio marble, 83h incl. slate bases x 45 cms)
Steve Atkinson - Reverie
Steve Atkinson - Reverie (Portland stone, Indian black serpentine soapstone, 60 x 25 x 7.5 cms)
Gianni Villoresi - Tondo Meridiana
Gianni Villoresi – Tondo Meridiana (Bardiglio marble, Travertine base, 38 cms diameter)
Johannes von Stumm - Guardian (SE)
Johannes von Stumm FRSS - Guardian (Cornish granite, stainless steel, glass, mild steel base, ht. 270 cms, image: Sally Edwards Photography)

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