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Torso installed in Biot, France


For those avid followers out there, you may remember in September Paul was in Peille setting up works in a James Basson designed garden. This weekend Paul returned and spent time in Biot at a beautiful residence installing a piece for its new owner. Previously shown at Chelsea, ‘Standing Orator’ now sits in the grounds of this traditional home.

Torso travels to China


After a short transitory stint in the Terminal 5 Gallery of Heathrow, one of Paul’s sculptures has been purchased and is now residing in a hospital in Sanya, in the south of China.

We don’t have any more exciting pictures but it’s always great to know where the pieces end up and it’s often somewhere new and interesting.

New collaboration at Folk Store


Happy New Year and just in case you are not completely tired of looking in shops, here is a shot of a new collaboration that has just gone into the Folk Store on Lambs Conduit Street in London.

Working with Folk Designer and Director, Cathal McAteer Paul created this piece using a mix of Onyx, Carrara, Red Tuscan and Black Portoro marbles.

Mountain Arts Festival, Cumbria


Paul attended a very special event this weekend at the Rheged Centre in Cumbria.

As part of the Inaugural Mountain Arts Festival he exhibited work and gave a short talk on his relationship with mountain walking and art. The event was a gathering of writers, thinkers, artists, performers and climbers showing through their art what the hills mean to them.


The entire event was in support of Community Action Nepal, which works to support Mountain people of Nepal and was a very enjoyable few days for all those who attended.

New pieces go into Sofitel Heathrow


Paul installed some new pieces in the Sofitel lobby last week. As part of the ongoing collaboration with T5 Gallery the pieces now sit in the entrance area to be enjoyed by the guests passing through and stopping over for easy access to Heathrow.


We are really pleased with the result and feel that they fit really well in the space. We hope the guests like them too! Please get in touch with T5 Gallery if you are interested in either of these pieces.

Out of Nature – Sculpture Exhibition


Paul delivered a torso to Gloucestershire recently in advance of the ‘Out of Nature’ Sculpture Exhibition which celebrates our link with nature in a visual way.

Around 200 pieces of outdoor sculpture are sited in the formal gardens, around the lake and in the walled garden, as well as some indoor pieces in “the pub” and the green houses.  It shows the work of nearly 40 different artists from all over the UK as well as Germany and France.

‘Out of Nature’ was also created to raise awareness about the Cartshed and its work in the woods: created in 2011, it is a social venture which teaches coppicing and green wood craft as a skill but also as therapy.

Once again Paul’s work has found it’s way to a really beautiful place, so make sure you try and get to Gloucestershire between October 4th and 25th to have a look.