29 Mar - 25 Apr 2020. Sculpt Gallery is proud to present an exhibition of maquettes by Robert Erskine FRSS OBA, including unique studies for some of his landmark public sculptures.
Private View: Sunday 29 March 2020, 11am - 1pm. There will be a short talk by the artist at 11.30am, together with screened images of his monumental sculptures.
Robert Erskine is an English sculptor, designer and broadcaster, known for his monumental public sculptures.
Completing post-graduate studies under Professor Reg Butler at the Slade School of Fine Art, London, Erskine continued to work from studios in London until 2014. He currently lives and works in Suffolk. He is a Fellow of the Royal British Society of Sculptors.
Erskine describes his passion for engineering, industry and nature as main influences informing his work. Rare amongst contemporaries, he describes the hands-on process as essential to developing ideas and as such fabricates and casts his own work.
Erskine has created one-off sculptures and landmark elements for commercial, public and regeneration schemes. His landmark sculptures have been awarded status of permanent public monuments by The Public Monuments Sculpture Association and The Courtauld Institute, for contributing to the heritage and culture of the nation. His work is held in public and private collections worldwide. He is a visiting lecturer in the UK and overseas.
Erskine's design work in areas of product, industrial and architectural design include several patents, and he has worked with public, private and commercial clients.
Since the early 1990s Erskine has been a motoring broadcaster and journalist on the American weekly, live radio show 'Autolab'. His hybrid background in sculpture, design and engineering, and passion for cars, brings particular focus to design, technology innovation and education. His reporting has championed design firsts and his relaxed style, together with mechanical and design experience have given a platform to many of the motoring industry's key figures to discuss their work.
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