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    Bronze (Edition of 9)

    9.8 x 3.6 x 3 ft / 3 x 1.1 x 0.9 m


    A leading British contemporary sculptor, Simon Gudgeon is known for his often very large-scale minimalist, semi-abstract forms, created in his signature smooth style. Using a stripped-back aesthetic, Gudgeon takes nature as a major influence, working directly from his encounters with, and observations of, live subjects and the natural world. He is perhaps best known for his monumental sculptures Isis and Search for Enlightenment (both placed in London’s Hyde Park), as well as his sculptures of birds in flight which appear to defy gravity.


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    • One of Britain's leading contemporary sculptors, Simon Gudgeon has a signature smooth style that marvellously concentrates spirit and nature.

      His minimalist, semi-abstract forms depict both movement and the emotion of a moment, captured with a visual harmony that is unmistakably his own.

      Making an object that is not essentially utilitarian defines humanity; it is the concept of beauty.

      A sculpture, on a superficial level, must encapsulate beauty; it must uplift the spirit and enhance its surroundings.

      But on a deeper level it should resonate with the viewer and have a subconscious appeal to their emotions, whether those emotions are the same as the artist intended is not important, what is important is that the viewer connects with the art.

      Simon is best known for his monumental sculpture Serenity installed in London's Hyde Park, and Search for Enlightenment installed on the banks of the Thames.

      Read more about Simon Gudgeon. 

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