Andrew Sinclair A.R.B.S is one of the UK’s leading figurative sculptors, with an impressive catalogue of work in distinguished historical properties, public places and private collections. The Sculpture School is internationally renowned with students traveling from across the globe to learn subjects like sculpting the human figure, life-size portraiture, animal sculpture, SFX figure creation and advanced figurative techniques from Andrew. He will be demonstrating sculpture on his own stand.
With over 20 years of sculpting experience, Andrew has a wealth of knowledge and information about sculpture, design, anatomy and the human form to pass on to his students at The Sculpture School. He works in all genres of sculpture from historic bronze re-creations for public spaces and private commissions, commemorative portraits for museums and industry magnates, to award winning fantasy sculptures such as dinosaurs and dragons. Andrew’s passion is figurative sculpture and his attention to detail, symmetry and design is awe-inspiring, whether he is creating a personal portrait or sculpting a 10ft automaton King Kong!
A true master of his craft, Andrew has the skills to take a sculpture commission through all its stages performing every aspect himself, and has contributed technically to the field by inventing new moulding techniques and making enlargements of clients’ sculptures. Andrew is also an inspirational teacher and establi shed The Sculpture School which is now based in Devon, with partner Diane to share his techniques and tricks of the trade in a distillation of his 20 years as a sculptor. His authority on and passion for his subject shows in the School’s 9 8% student return rate, with people wishing to complete all the outstanding 2 and 4 day courses on offer in subjects such as sculpting the human figure, life-size portraiture, animal sculpture, SFX figure creation and advanced figurative sculpture techniques.
Andrew will be sculpting on The Sculpture School’s stand and talking about his work and specialised techniques.