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Philip Bews Diane Gorvin
Sculpture for public sites



Selected for 3D Printing Project see details here
Thanks to Exeter Phoenix, CALM and LIMA

Ten masks at different scales were printed, allowing us to experiment with three different maquettes using four of the masks.
Click here for larger images.

Neoreplicants Exhibition at Exeter Phoenix. Shows the thirty selected artists' 3D prints until the 19th January 2013. See article about the show by Rachel Park, with slide show of the exhibition here


Pennants for 'Arrivall' 2012

One of the two designs shown here, the designs were based on images made by children from Tirlebrook School in a workshop held by Diane during a special day arranged by the Tewkesbury Battlefield Society.

The final designs are being fabricated in aluminium alloy by local firm Kenard.


News 2012

'Arrivall' 2012

This sculpture has been commissioned by the Tewkesbury Battlefield Society, it will mark the site of the important battle in 1471 during the Wars of the Roses between the Yorkists and Lancastrians, and will be sited on Stonehill Roundabout, Tewkesbury. The title, ‘Arrivall’, is taken from the 1471 account of the recovery of Henry VI’s English throne by Edward IV.



Arrivall proposal - showing how the sculptures will look on site








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'Childe of Hale' 2012

Sculpture commissioned by Halton Borough Council and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund for Hale Village to replace an earlier version that Phil had carved from a diseased Beech tree. For information about the Childe of Hale click here. The first photo was taken
by Caroline Silverwood Taylor and shows the completed plaster, the other photos show the moulding process by Castle Fine Art Foundry.



'Arrivall' 2012

Progress photographs showing the construction of the first horse and a detail of the knight's face with Phil's sister Betty to show scale!

Scaffolding kindly provided by Bredon Scaffolding.





































































©Diane Gorvin Philip Bews 2013









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