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December 2016

AB - Prowling Jaguar

Andy Baerselman ‘Prowling Jaguar’

For December the T5 Gallery is pleased to introduce a new sculpture by Andy Baerselman. His ‘Prowling Jaguar’ is a masterful work in wood with a seamless form that flows from tail to face. The deep tones across the body work to highlight the muscular form of the beast.

The T5 Gallery would also like to take the opportunity to thank our clients for their continued support.

We wish you all a very happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

November 2016

MT - Tiger I

Tiger by Michael Turner

Michael’s newest creation is also his most ambitious to date. His ‘Tiger’ has an imposing presence at over 2 metres in height and 2.5 metres in length.

The interwoven copper elements are a striking addition subtly highlighting the animals form and contrasting superbly with the stainless steel.

Michael’s Tiger is now on display at the gallery.

October 2016

JV - Wave

New artist Jo Vane

The T5 Gallery is pleased to introduce new artist Jo Vane.

Jo’s pieces are influenced by the coastal landscape and New Forest where she lives.

Her degree in fine art and work as a jewellery designer/maker working with precious metals and gemstones has naturally developed into creating larger, sculptural pieces of art in copper, as a response to the natural seascape.

September 2016

JB - Mind's Eye Tree Maquette

Mind’s Eye Tree by Jill Berelowitz

Jill Berelowitz was commissioned to produce a large scale public artwork in celebration of the 400th anniversary of British playwright William Shakespeare. The sculpture entitled ‘Mind’s Eye Tree’ stands at 5.5 metres in height and was recently unveiled at Shakespeare’s New Place in Stratford-upon-Avon.

In celebration of this historic commission, a limited edition scale maquette has been produced recreating the commission in superb detail. The maquette is now available for sale at the gallery.

August 2016

MB - Airbus Clock (crop)

Aviation artist Mark Beaumont

The T5 Gallery is pleased to introduce new artist Mark Beaumont.

Mark is a trained pilot and artist, incorporating his passion for flying and all aspects of aviation in to his sculptures.

Mark sources sections from commercial aircraft transforming these in to impressive works of art that emphasise the wonder and intrigue of flight.

Currently on show is a clock formed from the fuselage of an Airbus A321 from an edition of 4.

May 2016

RT - Sunflower 2L

Introducing Richard Thornton

The T5 Gallery is pleased to now be representing established sculptor Richard Thornton.

With over twenty-five years’ experience as a professional sculptor/site specific artist Richard has successfully completed more than 45 public art commissions for a variety of private, local authority and individual clients, including the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham; ASDA; University of Bradford; Morrison’s and Bio City, Nottingham.

Alongside his commissioned work he has continually developed his own practice producing collections of work exploring techniques from bronze casting to construction and focusing on subjects from the human body to abstraction to organic forms.

Three striking works in polished stainless steel and bronze are now on display in the gallery with further information available on our Artist page.

March 2016

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Paul Vanstone Egyptian Torso

Paul Vanstone is an artist working with a medium that transcends time, history and culture. His medium of choice is marble which he sources from across the globe.

The gallery is currently showing Paul’s ‘Egyptian Torso’, a visually striking work with a rich history.

Egyptian marble has been used to make objects and sculpture for the last 5000 years. It was used to keep perfumes and creams in by the Egyptian Pharaohs and one of Egypt’s earliest industries.