The 50 years Retrospective is now over. Works are available to see by arrangement. Those that came found the show challenging - a bit too graphic for some - not graphic enough for others. Very useful for me to see the years put together as this is not something that I have done before. Good sales of close to £4500 always leaves a glow.
North American sale: Cut Out Nude patinated bronze sheet. £7,500 to a private collector in Denver Colorado USA
A bientot "My Lady" has returned to the studio after 30 months on show in Cavendish Square Gdns,
The small bronzes start from £500 and carvings from £7,000
but I love to negotiate with an enthusiastic collector!
If you would like a studio visit just fill in the contact below and I will get back to you.
My work is deconstructed figurative. Linking between etching, bronzes, carving and painting.
1966 Chelsea School of Art
1967 – 1970 Central School of ArtDip Ad in Sculpture
1969 – 1972 Assisted artists Brian Wall (painted steel) , Manasha Kadishman (wood and glass), Bill Turnbull (painted steel) , Barry Flanagan (Styvesant commission Cambridge)
1970 – 1974 Carrara - worked in the marble studios each year for three months and in the foundries of Pietrasanta. Both producing my own work and assisting artists.
1974 Formed A&A Sculpture Casting. Over 17 years grew to be the most successful Fine Art foundry in the UK. You can google it to see the progress.
1970 – 1976 Group exhibitions
1971 – 1985 One man shows (local galleries)
1972 Daily Telegraph Young Sculptors - Manchester
1972 British International Print Biennale – Bradford
1989 Formed Capisco Ltd - Patination specialists
1990 Exhibition with Ray Elton - Alfred east gallery Kettering
1990 Curated 6 Sculptors Andy Elton Studio - London
1991 Large one man show Slaughterhouse Gallery - London
1991 Curated 7 Sculptors Andy Elton studio
1991 The liquidation of A&A Sculpture Casting along with the Art market crash. (Three other major Art Foundries closed the same year)
1992 Print exhibition John Jones gallery - London
1992 Curated 7 sculptors International Arts Fair Tokyo
1993 Curated “now I see” Glynn Vivian Art Gallery Swansea
2018 50 years Retrospective exhibition held at Capisco Ltd
2018 Capisco Ltd, in its 29th year continues to thrive with brilliant people running it. You can see the work on www.patination.com
Numerous private collections including:
Museum Habuki, Tokyo
– Large steel cut out - bought by Mr Fuji TV's mistress.
Musee D’Arte Moderna Pagani, Milan
– Figurative marble carvings - Enzo Pagani would buy carvings by weight!
Commerzca Bank, Krefeld
– Collection of figurative-small bronzes - curious man, mine was the only figurative work he ever bought.
Sir Frederick Gibberd, Harlow
– Figurative marble carving - You can still see it in the garden.
Douglas Woolf, London
– Figurative small bronzes
Hans Mayer, Dusseldorf
– Figurative small bronzes