The Sladmore Gallery has its origins in a private collection of nineteenth century bronze animal sculpture. Sladmore Contemporary now specialises in collectable bronzes, ceramics, carvings and multimedia creations from across the world. Inspired by a passion for the power of making and the joy to be found in the sense of the artist’s hand, it will be exhibiting work by seven of the artists it represents:
Georgiana Anstruther, who makes emotionally striking figures in bronze.
Mark Coreth, who specialises in capturing the mood and movement of animals in bronze.
Sophie Dickens, whose work revolves lyrically around nature, mythology and humanity.
Mario Dilitz, who specialises in carving exquisitely human figures in wood.
Nic Fiddian Green’s classical and romantic equestrian sculptures.
Nicola Lazzari, who casts curious classical and surreal stages, which frame subjects from the animal and natural worlds.
Finally Edouard Martinet, who creates insect and animal assemblages from machine parts.
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Address: 32 Bruton Place, Mayfair, London, W1J 6NW