Current Exhibiting Artists

Veda Hallowes

Veda Hallowes

Veda uses fruits as a metaphor for the female figure with rich patinas. Her present focus is on birds and butterflies, shown as wall pieces or freestanding bronzes.

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Chris Bell

Chris Bell

Chris's early work was figurative, but he gradually refined and simplified his forms with emphasis on the female figure. His approach to the piece is intuitive, often depending on the properties of the stone he is carving.

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Will Spankie

Will Spankie

Will's sculptural work is often influenced by organic forms, material and the environment. He is interested in the geometric structures, patterns, symmetry and proportion found both in nature and the unfolding of numbers in space.

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Gill Glyn-Jones

Gill Glyn-Jones

Gill's present range of sculptures use flat silver plate, transformed into three dimensional pure silver sculptures of great beauty and lightness. The wonderful colours and changeable light reflection of the labradorite rock bases form part of the symbolism. Email Gill »

Grant McIntyre

Grant McIntyre

Grant McIntyre makes sculpture in steel - welded, bent, hammered, or carved with an angle grinder. His works often take the form of boxes, which open in sometimes unexpected ways to become landscapes with figures.

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Welcome to Kaleidoscope Arts

Kaleidoscope Arts pop up gallery was founded in 1993, but since 2000 has had a singular focus on high quality sculpture in bronze, pure silver, wood and stone.

There is a wide range of work from large outdoor sculptures to small hand held pieces. Kaleidoscope Arts shows at various national and international art fairs.

Commissions are undertaken.

For all enquiries please email admin@kaleidoscope-arts.co.uk.

Next show: Affordable Art Fair Battersea - 19th to 23rd October 2016

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