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Some Sculpture for Battersea Affordable Art Fair

October 19, 2014


Today I delivered eleven sculptures for the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea so I’m a bit shattered with all the work involved. These pictures show the work at various stages of the process, the sculptures are ceramic, two of which remained white in colour whilst the remaining nine were finished in  a verdigris colour. The work goes on show later this week and is the only venue where I show work in London.



One 1


Flying High1










The big small step


the tower


windy day

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One Comment
  1. Wonderful Eoghan, may the force be with you. Did I tell you I have photos of thousand year old Indian sculptures of human bodies with horse heads? You’re channelling something here!


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