Here at Obsidian we change our exhibitions every 4-6 weeks to keep things as fresh and interesting as possible. We show a huge range of styles of painting & drawing and different mediums by selected British Artists.
Below is a taster of some of the artists we regularly show here. If there is a particular piece or artist that you're interested in, please contact us
and we'll be be delighted to let you know what we currently have available at the gallery, or we can arrange to get work in for you to view.
Sarah Jane Brown
Quirky Unique Hand-Crafted Sculptures Made from Wire, Recycled Metals & Driftwood
Sarah Jane’s quirky sculptures have been inspired by her travels observing the architecture of various countries where tall, thin buildings lean together tracing the contours of the land. Each piece of driftwood is carefully selected and the unpredictability of the material results in each sculpture being unique but with an instantly recognisable signature style that is Sarah Jane’s. She has been making and selling her work work since 1994 when she set up her studio with the benefit of a Princes’ Trust grant after completing a design degree.
for our online shop
for a small selection of pieces currently available for sale by Sarah Jane Brown.
Hands On Ceramics
Wonderfully Life-Like Hand-Sculpted Ceramic Animals & Birds
WHands On Ceramics is a collaborative partnership of two ceramicists - Karen Witty and Colin Fawcett, who create amazingly realistic sculptures in clay.
All are stoneware fired and suitable for an outdoor location.
Sculpture in Ceramic, Bronze & Bronze Resin - Hares, Otters, Cats & More
We stock a wide range of Paul's wonderful sculptures. Stoneware and bronze resin pieces suitable for outdoors, raku-fired ceramics and small bronzes.
Paul's Inspirations come from his love of nature especially animals. Many of his pieces are inspired from direct observations of wild animals in their natural habitat.
Bronze Sculptures of Animals & Birds
We love David's sculptures and always stock his miniature bronze hares as weoll as a selection of his other work.
Fiona Jane Scott
Wonderful sculpture in stone for the garden - mythical forms, dragons and more. Fiona has sculpted for most of the leading British stoneware companies, establishing a reputation across Europe for her Mythical creations and contributing to the rise in popularity of gargoyles and other fantastic creatures during the 1990s. She was also a member of the sculpture teams for the films Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004).
Figures Made From Wrapped Wire
Originally trained as a jeweller, Rachel Ducker's fascination and love for working with metal, led to her experiment with wire as a medium for sculpting the human form. Accomplished in life drawing, her sculptured wire figures concentrate on the expressive & emotional dynamics of human nature.
Fairytales and fables with a twist. Dream-like sculptures in a bold, semi abstract style.
Paul's figurative sculptures re-interpret fairytales and fables for a contemporary grown-up audience. The style is bold and semi-abstract with graceful sweeping curves and simplified details. His work can be found in a few selected galleries in the UK and internationally. The sculptures are available in either ceramic, bronze or mixed media.
Interested in Exhibiting ?
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