Sculptures at the Chelsea Flower Show 2007 to 2011
Chelsea exhibitors now have a dedicated website devoted exclusively to them. This is the only website which gives a full categorised list of all the exhibitors at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2007 to 2011.
Organisations which have supported this
co-operative approach are listed first with full contact and product
details and a photo. Other organisations which have exhibited products in this category are then listed with
their Email addresses.
Please mention www.chelsea-flower-show.com website when you contact the organisations listed here.
31 Dagmar Road, Cheltenham, Glos GL50 2UG
Phone: 01242 241 232 Fax: 01242 241 232
Christopher graduated from Brighton Polytechnic in 1989 with
a BA Honours degree in 3 Dimensional Design.
Since 1998 Christopher has specialised in metal garden sculpture. Each piece is designed and individually made in steel by Christopher in his forge and then galvanised for a weather durable finish and finally hand patinated. Christopher also produces a range of bronze sculptures. His inspiration and style stem from observing everyday life to create lively and quirky large scale sculptures.
Christopher has exhibited and sold his work both in the UK and abroad and now shows at The Chelsea Flower Show annually, where he will be exhibiting some new sculpture designs.
All designs Protected by Design Protect
West Lodge Studio
Catchfrench, Trebrownbridge, Liskeard
Cornwall. PL14 3PX
Beautiful abstract sculpture for home or garden. Carved in wood, or cast in bronze resin for durability, these sculptures will complement or enhance your garden design. John Barwell, the artist also specialises in individual commissions of abstract work. His bespoke sculpture supplies private gallery collections and public open space display. For more details and images visit our website: www.westlodgeart.co.uk or email: John@westlodgeart.freeserve.co.uk
See us on stand MR 15 at Chelsea 2011
9 Haywards Mead, Eton Wick, Windsor, SL4 6JN and in Harare,Zimbabwe
01753 832460 Fax: 01753 832460
Zimsculpt.com is a non-political company based in Harare, Zimbabwe. They have a unique opportunity to be in constant communication with the artists and thus privy to the latest cutting edge sculpture being produced in Zimbabwe today.
Zimsculpt represents over 100 sculptors from across the country and spend 6 months of the year collecting the work which will be displayed. The artists, whose work is represented, are trying to make an honest, decent living by raising their families using their own fair hands. The exuberance of the work, the vast varieties of stone, and the great skill and imagination of the sculptors has led to many years of major exhibitions worldwide.
Bill Hadfield Originals
2 South Place, Corsham, Wiltshire, SN13 9HR
01249 713006 Fax: 01249 713006
British Timber at its best - British Craftsmanship at its best. Bill Hadfield is working in a new way, sourcing his timber from what has gone unnoticed, starting from the tree not the plank - the natural form.Bill Hadfield Chairs are unusual, individual, exclusive made from hollow trees are other discarded timber saved from fire or floodBill Hadfield Sculptures are individual, exclusive, revealing the natural beauty of unusual timber.He is also working in the Chiquibul Rainforest in Belize, one of the last remaining sanctuaries in the region.
Adams Arts & Antiques Limited
Festival House, Chapman Way, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 3EF.
01892 557777 Fax: 01892 557777
Unusual and distinctive garden statuary, cast in heavy bronze or brass and all intended for external display. Our selection of garden statuary ranges from the very small; frogs, snails, mice and crabs, to the very large: full size lions, crocodiles, horses and deer. Click onto our website to view the whole collection. Image2: Bronze Mare and Stallion
42 Beaconsfield Road, Blackheath, London, SE3 7LZ
020 8293 5495 Fax: 020 8293 3329 Mobile: 07930 480 347
Michael Speller studied at Chelsea College of Fine Art and is now working from his studio close to Tate Modern at The Sculpture Academy in London. Over recent years he has created a series of bronze sculptures for both internal and external spaces. His work is now shipped all over the world to destinations within Europe, USA and the Southern Hemisphere
In his work Mike draws heavily from his own personal experiences, presenting his interpretation of the human condition. Our environment, our families, our neighbours, and the society we live in - all are interlinked and interdependent. As he explores the balance between conflicting forces and emotions, his work flows with a positive energy and enthusiasm for life.
See us on stand PW 46 at Chelsea 2011
pound studio stawell bridgwater TA7 9AE
01278722023 Fax: 01278722023 Mobile: 0781766661
Jan Sweeney's sculptures are instantly recognisable, with tremendous energy and movement, strong texture and trademark hollow eyes, a compelling feature of her hares, big cats and African wildlife, Lost Wax Bronzes are suitable for house, patio or garden. Special commissions undertaken for miniature to monumental. She is a member of the Society of Animal Artists USA, an associate member of Royal British Sculptors, and a Fellow of the Wildlife Art Society.
I have been inspired by watching animals in their natural habitat, especially in the untouched wilderness which is still to be found in Africa. There the unwary die, so that even when the animals are at rest they are ready to flee. It is the untamed strength and power, always ready to explode into movement, which excites me
Natural Driftwood Sculpture
Sunburst House, Elliott road, Bournemouth
01202 578275 Fax: 01202 593270
The sculptures are Western Red Cedar, remnants of the early 20th Century lumber industry, reclaimed from the lakes of Western Canada. They have been immersed in water for over 70 years since the forested valleys were flooded to produce reservoir lakes for hydro-electricity.
The sculptures formed naturally over time due to exposure to the elements and from floating on the lakes' surfaces. Gently rubbing against the shoreline and buffeting into each other, caused the creation of their smooth surfaces and unique shapes. Awarded "SmartWood Rediscovered" certification and containing natural preservatives, Driftwood Sculptures are ideal for use as unique garden features.
Philip Simmonds Sculptural Ceramics
The Laurels Pottery, Startley, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 5HF UK
01249 720 406
Philip Simmonds produces exquisitely hand crafted sculptural pots. These big pots are unique and each piece is designed to provide an impressive focal point in the garden or inside.
The simple forms, tranquil colours and subtle textures are designed to enhance a variety of architectural and garden styles. The pots regularly feature in the designs of garden designers and are held in private collections across the world. The scale of the designs can be specified and commissions for other large scale ceramics are accepted. All the work is impervious to moisture and therefore completely resistant to frost damage.
Brian Alabaster ARBS
Elms Farm, Linstead, Suffolk, IP19 0DU
Phone: 01986 785520 Fax: 01986 785520
Brian will be showing a range of life-size bronze sculptures
for his tenth year. These are mainly children but we are including
some adult, animal, and abstract sculptures.
The photo (right) is of a new commission, which by kind permission of the family is available as a limited edition of 6. These will be on show along with other pieces on our regular stand on the Rock Garden Bank.
I will at the show for the week and very pleased to discuss your specific requirements. Please visit my website or email me to receive a price list and catalogue.
Other companies which have exhibited in this category are:
- Ace of Spades Garden Art
- Adams Arts & Antiques
- After the Antiques Ltd
- Alitags & The Bronze Collection
- Andrea Geile
- Architectural Heritage
- Ark Glass Creations
- Bex Simon Artist / Blacksmith
- Big Black House Design Co
- Border Sundials
- Brian Alabaster Ltd
- Bright Green
- Calaig Design
- cgd landscape design
- Chris Lewis
- Chris Nangle
- Chris Lisney - Garden Sculpture
- Coombe Sculpture Garden
- Creation Sculpture
- Cutting Edge Collection
- David Goode Sculpture Ltd
- David Harber Sundials
- David Meredith Sculpture
- David Watkinson Sculpture
- Dragonswood Forge
- Eden Project
- Emily Readett-Bayley
- Felix Compania and Sons Ltd
- Fletcher & Myburgh Designs
- Garden Art & Design
- Garden Images
- H Crowther Ltd
- Hamish Mackie Sculpture
- Hayhoe Designs
- Helen Sinclair
- Hogben Pottery & Sculpture
- Ian Bowles Wildlife Studio
- Ian Gill Sculpture
- Jacqueline Darnell Sculpture
- Jan Sweeney
- Janet MacLeod
- Jenny Pickford
- Judith Hobbs Studion Pottery
- Le Blanc Fine Art
- Lily Sawtell Design
- The London Garden Design Company
- Lucy Smith Ceramic Sculpture
- Mark Reed
- Mark Stoddart International Design
- Martin Cook Studio
- Michael Jacques
- Michael Scheuermann
- Michael Speller
- The New Eden Limited
- Penkridge Ceremics
- Peter Hayes Contemporary Ceramics
- Philip Simmonds Sculptural Ceramics
- PJ Cremmen Metal Work
- Quist Ltd
- Rachel Carter
- Robert Bowman Modern Gallery
- Robinson Bros Garden Features
- Rupert Till
- Sandra Bell Sculpture
- Sarah Walton Bird Baths
- Secret Gardens Furniture
- Silverland Stone
- Simon Henson Sculptor
- Speller Sculptures
- Strawberry Steel
- Straysparks Creative Metalwork
- Studio Forge
- Telescopes of Vermont
- The London Garden Design Company
- The Sculpture Collective
- The Sculpture Park
- The Sieff Gallery
- Stevenson Brothers
- Tom Stogdon
- Wendy Wilbraham
- Willie Wildlife Sculptures
- WH Patterson Ltd
- Whichford Pottery
- Wonderland Bronze
- Woodenzone Ltd