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Philip Bews Diane Gorvin
Sculpture for public sites



Philip Bews and Diane Gorvin have collaborated on making sculpture for the public realm since 1986, working throughout the UK and internationally, using a wide range of quality materials: wood; stone; cast glass; bronze; stainless steel. Each of over a hundred, site-specific, projects were designed in response to the context of the site.

Phil trained and qualified as a landscape architect, practicing for eight years before retraining and gaining a first class BA hons for Sculpture. Diane has a sculpture diploma in Environmental Design and was Town Artist for Runcorn and Warrington Development Corporation for five years.

We moved to the Forest of Dean in 1997 after living in the northwest for 15 years.


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