Andy Thomas Sculpture

Figurative Sculpture

Andy is inspired by the natural elegance of the human form finding the connection between the concept of people in various figurative positions and the emotions that they portray. Drawing is a major part of Andy’s inspiration, creating shadows to represent the complexity of the human figure. He enjoys seeing muscle forms and the intricate flowing angles that the body gives, creatively interpreting the third dimension. The mark of a memorable and constantly satisfying sculpture is always underlined with the renewed interest and excitement that is generated when it is studied from every alternative angle.

Comments

12/01/2015

Miro Tomarkin

Dear Andy,

My name is Miro Tomarkin. I am Curator at the Boathouse - Creative Icehouse Quarter - in East Londons Barking, on the river Roding. I was wondering if you'd like to show some of your work at the brand new venue there. Depending on your body of work - either as solo exhibition or joint...

Please feel free to contact me via email miro.tomarkin@gmail.com or via Phone - 0790 680 71 600790 680 71 60

14/12/2014

Andy Thomas

Thanks for your comments, they are all cold cast resin with different varnishes and waxes on top. Glad you like them.

18/11/2014

Beth Hopkins

Wonderful work - especially love 'Contemplation', so expressive! What medium did you use?

07/12/2013

dick de boer

Dear Andrew,

Being a passionate violin and alto player, I was very happy to acquire a marvellous bronze of what I thought to be a cubistic violin. Recently in I discovered by accident that my bronze was almost identical to your 'cello' (height 47 cm), but of a smaller size (39 cm). Does this mean that you indeed produced a smaller, slightly altered version? Looking forward to your answer,

with kind regards, and my best wishes for a happy and healthy 2014,

Dick de Boer (Netherlands)

26/10/2012

Regina Lafay

Wow! Beautiful sculptural work. The colors are perfect with the forms. Don't know how you do it but keep it up!

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