The Abstract Figure: Maurice Blik & Gus Farnes

Explores exciting new abstract bronzes by the master of figurative sculpture, Maurice Blik PPRSS, and rising Suffolk sculptor, Gus Farnes.

Blik's human impressions exist in a universal context, portraying figures in transit through circular forms, challenging figurative perceptions, whilst Farnes' latest work re-imagines neolithic forms as timeless figures which rightfully claim their space.


Artists' Party & Private View: Saturday 15 June, 2-4pm.
If you would like to join us, please RSVP to: debrablik@sculptgallery.com

THE EXHIBITION ENDS 6 JULY, 2024.
VIEWING HOURS:
Saturdays 11:00 - 16:00. Week days by arrangement. Or view online from 16 June.

Accompanying this exhibition, are figurative ceramics by celebrated potter, Peter Hayes, whose work is regulary featured at Ceramic Art London, and is in major public collections, including the Scottish National Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, Kingston Jamaica; the Gardner Collection, Toronto; the Museum of Modern Art, Brussels, Belgium; and the Siber Collection, California, USA. Browse available works by Peter Hayes.