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Stuart Stockwell

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Artwork for Stuart Stockwell

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Describe what you call yourself/your practice?: 

For over six years, I have been creating unique sculptures that capture attention and engage the imagination through simple design and kinetic movement.

My sculptures interpret nature's genius, a balance of complex function and simplistic beauty.

Inspired by organic forms and sacred geometry, my pieces are multi-layered and deconstructed. The underlying mathematical language can be broken down into numerical sequences that, when charted, create symbols that echo their surroundings and streamline harmoniously into human consciousness.
I incorporate metals and concrete into my sculptures– materials taken from the earth– and refine them into elegant curves, giving the feeling of movement in their static rest.

My pieces create a union of ease between modern design and nature, blending fluidly with their environment and elements. The feeling is heightened by kinetic factors that accentuate the shared effects of the environment, as both sculpture and viewer react to the same force.
I live and work from home, my work primarily developed through experimentation and instinct.

Exhibitions in the last 3 years: 

Sir Harold Hillier Garden, Cotswold Sculpture Park , Showborough House Sculpture, RHS Rosemoor, National Trust Avebury, Doddington Hall Garden Sculpture, Kingham Lodge Garden Sculpture

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