Paul Dunkerley is known for his instinctive sculptural art. His work invites viewers to interpret his abstract shapes and forms to create their own uniquely personal connections. Often surprising, always different, Paul's work is inspired by artistic experimentation. Ideas, compositions, materials and techniques are all part of a creative chain reaction that encourages to find new and different perspectives on the world around us.
Daniel Ibbotson draws inspiration from his work as a specialist decorator, gathering various waste materials like wallpaper scraps, dried paint, colored sawdust, and used sandpaper. These, along with other found objects, are intricately fused to create multi-layered, detailed sculptural abstract art.
Daniel's narrative is reflected in the organic layers of his work, mirroring the complexity of everyday life that reveals itself over time. His work embodies his personal experiences and diverse background as a professional footballer, dance teacher, decorator, and father. Each piece offers a window into the artist's evolving perspective on life and the changing world
Artificial Nature is a series of free form relief sculptures that explore the phenomena of pareidolia (seeing familiar objects or patterns in otherwise random or unrelated objects or patterns). Differ ...
Structural wall relief, cast by the artist in Jesmonite resin, primed, painted and sealed. Shreds is a free form relief sculpture work. This composition of a flowing, ribbon-based form, invites the vi ...