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Sculptor Rosie Sturgis
Rosie Sturgis

About Rosie Sturgis

Rosie Sturgis has been for more than two decades sculpting on bronze and other materials, and exhibited her work both locally and overseas. For quite some time her focus has been on wildlife sculptures in bronze, some of which have gained critical acclaim.

Exhibition History of Rosie Sturgis

Rosie Sturgis`s Exhibitions
1980 and 1981 - Commonwealth Institute, London (Heredities Awards)
1981 and 1982 - 2 man Exhibitions in Aldeburgh
1983 - "Sculpture of Suffolk" Ipswich
1984 to 1985 - Portrait Heads of Emma Sergeant and Sir Frederick Harmer (Chairman P and O) and the Hon Justice Sir Jack Willis
1987 - Society of Wildlife Artists, the Mall Gallery
1988 to 1991 - Represented in the following galleries, UK
Courcoux and Courcoux, Salisbury. Tryon Gallery, Cork Street, London.

1990 - Portrait Head of the Hon William Douglas-Home
1991 - Portrait Head of the Hon Mark Wyndham
1992 - Auction May "Rhino Rescue" Sotherbys
3 man exhibition Leighton House Gallery
1993 - Wildlife Exhibitions Everard Read Gallery, Johannesburg
1995 to 1996 - WWF Exhibition, Everard Read Gallery.

Biography / CV of Rosie Sturgis

Rosie Sturgis`s Personal statement
For more than two decades I have been sculpting on bronze and other materials, and exhibited my work both locally and overseas. For quite some time my focus has been on wildlife sculptures in bronze, some of which have gained critical acclaim.

How it all started? Well, I joined a small, private pottery class. Of course I wanted to make a large bowl right away. I centred the huge lump of clay on the wheel, and in no time it got the wobbles and I had to cut the excess away. Now for a medium sized bowl! But it got the wobbles again, and so it went on. Spin, Wobbly, cut, spin, wobbly, cut, until I ended up with enough clay to make an egg cup. So picked up the excess clay off the floor and made a lizard. And thats how I god into sculpture.

Public Works of Rosie Sturgis

Rosie Sturgis`s Public works
Bataleur Eagle (lifesize) for Wildlife College (World Wildlife).

Qualifications / Education of Rosie Sturgis

Rosie Sturgis`s Education
1968 to 1970 - Cape Technical and Art School, Cape Town
1970 - Ruth Prowse Art School, Cape Town
1972 to 1976 - With June te Water, Wynberg Cape
1977 to 1986 - Sire John Cass Art School, North London Polytechnic
1984 - Worked in Tommasi Bronze Foundry, Pietrasanta, Italy.

Price Range of Work

Rosie Sturgis's work has a price range from £750 to £5,500

Mediums utilised

Rosie Sturgis's work is found in the following materials:

Artwork Categorised

Rosie Sturgis's work is found in the following categories on site:
African Animal and Wildlife Sculptures (10)
Small Animal Sculptures (10)
Tabletop Desktop Small Indoor Statuettes Figurines Sculptures (9)
Wild Animals and Wild Life Sculptures (8)
Interior, Indoors, Inside Sculpture (7)
Pet and Animal Portrait Custom or Bespoke or Commission Commemorative or Memoriaql sculpture statue (7)
Wild Bird Sculptures (5)
Water Birds / Water Fowl / Seabirds / Waders (4)
Small bird Sculptures (4)
Predators Carnivores Hunters Flesh Eaters Sculptures Statues statuettes carvings (4)
Pigs, Sows, Boars, Hogs, Piglets Sounders Sculptures or Statues (3)
Endangered Animal Species Sculptures (3)
Domestic Animal Sculpture (3)
Farm Yard Sculptures (3)
Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor Sculptures (2)
Commemoratives and Memorials Sculptures (2)
Adult with Young Animal Bird, Reptile or Amphibian, Fish Statues (2)
Cattle, Kine, Cows, Bulls, Buffalos, Bullocks, Heifers, Calves, Oxen, Bison, Aurocks, Yacks (2)
Birds of Prey / Raptors Sculptures (2)
Field Sports, Game Birds and Game Animals Sculptures (2)
Garden Bird and Animal Sculptures (2)
Deer Sculptures
Insect Sculptures, to include Bees, Ants, Moths, Butterflies etc
Penguins Puffins Auks Sculptures
Rhino and Rhinoceros Hippo and Hippopotamus sculpture statue statuette
Animal Memento happy Reminder sculpture statue statuette
Dogs Sculpture
Busts and Heads Sculptures Statues statuettes Commissions Bespoke Custom Portrait Memorial Commemorative sculpture or statue
Dogs Hounds Bitches Puppies Sporting and Racing
Cats Wild and Big Cats Sculpture
Stylized Animals Sculptures
Antelope sculpture
Young Animal Bird, Reptile or Amphibian and possibly Insects Statues
Outsize, Very Big, Extra Large and Massive Sculptures
Birds Abstract Contemporary Stylised l Minimalist Sculpture / Statues
Male Men Youths Masculine Statues Sculptures statuettes figurines
Badger, Otter, Beaver, Weasel, Stoat, Pine Martin, Wombat Sculptures
Sheep, Goats Ewes, Rams, Tups, Lambs, Wether, Sculptures or Statues
Portrait Sculptures / Commission or Bespoke or Customised Sculptures
Chickens Hens Poultry Cocks Cockerels Roosters Chicks Turkeys Farmyard Fowl Domestic Ducks and Geese
Famous People Sculptures Statues
Stylised Birds Sculptures / Statues / statuary / ornaments figurines / statuettes
American Animal Bird Reptile and Fish Sculptures, Statues, statuettes, figurines
Literary and Musical Characters Sculptures
Flock of Birds sculpture statue statuette
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"The problem of contemporary sculpture and the garden is one which has rankled in my mind for years. It is usually resolved through a process of inversion-that is turning it into sculpture in the garden as against garden sculpture. By that I mean the sculptor takes over the garden as an open exhibition gallery, of which the focus is their creation, to which the world of nature merely provides the frame.The Idea that sculpture is a contributory element to an overall'mise en scene',in which, sometimes its role may be incedental rather than central, has been lost.In this we have seen the betrayall of the great tradition of garden sculpture, one which was unashamed at being decorative or delightful."
Sir Roy Strong
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I must say I am thrilled with my `Goose Girl` by Lucy Poett. It looks charming in my garden and is greatly admired.

I will indeed have a look on your web page and see if I can be tempted again ! !

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