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Michael McEntee

Born in 1963 I began carving in stone in 2000. Working initially in stone until 2003 when I was offered a full time place at the Frink School of Figurative Sculpture. I completed the course in 2004, with a Frink exhibition at Lichfield Cathedral.

Over a period of 30 years in the building trade, I have gained an understanding of materials, how they react, and how far they can be pushed.

My work is predominantly based around the human form with the fragment sculptures showing its frailty, subtlety and beauty. By isolating sections of the whole, this enables the viewer to read the emotion and direction of each piece.

I am continuing to create pieces in bronze, porcelain paper clay, lead and stone for both interior and exterior use, which are contemplative, restful and tranquil.

I particularly enjoy the commissioning process and the relationships that I build with clients.

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