Gary Scott

Ophelia by Gary Scott
Ophelia
Size 57.5cm H x 29cm W x 21.5cm D
Price £5,000
Medium Original Pure Bronze
Edition 1/8
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Torsion by Gary Scott
Torsion
Size 66cm H x 25cm W x 13cm D
Price £950
Medium Cold Cast Bronze
Edition 6/12
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Zephyr by Gary Scott
Zephyr
Size 85cm H x 23cm W x 16cm D
Price £5,000
Medium Original Pure Bronze
Edition 1/8
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Tales from Upstairs by Gary Scott
Tales from Upstairs
Size 24cm x 34cm x 20cm
Price £1,500
Medium Cold Cast Bronze
Edition 1/12
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Harmony - Blue by Gary Scott
Harmony - Blue
Size 50cm H x 35cm D x 20cm W
Price £1,500
Medium Cold Cast Bronze
Edition 1/15
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Reverie by Gary Scott
Reverie
Size 48cm H x 10cm D x 10cm W
Price £1,050
Medium Mixed Media Sculpture
Edition 1/15
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Midnight on the Hill by Gary Scott
Midnight on the Hill
Size 84cm H x 34cm W x 20cm D
Price £2,295
Medium Cold Cast Bronze
Edition 8/15
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Mad as the Mist and Snow by Gary Scott
Mad as the Mist and Snow
Size 84cm H x 34cm W x 20cm D
Price £2,295
Medium Cold Cast Bronze
Edition 8/15
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Iron Man by Gary Scott
Iron Man
Size 25cm H x 18cm H x 8cm D
Price £750
Medium Cold Cast Iron
Edition 6/12
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Flight of Fancy by Gary Scott
Flight of Fancy
Size 97cm H x 39cm W x 14cm D
Price £1,795
Medium Cold Cast Bronze
Edition 1/15
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Confidence by Gary Scott
Confidence
Size 48cm H x 27cm W x 15cm D
Price £1,350
Medium Cold Cast Bronze
Edition 3/8
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Black Widow by Gary Scott
Black Widow
Size 52cm h x 25cm w x 8cm d
Price £1,250
Medium Cold Cast Bronze
Edition 5/15
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Gary Scott
Prices:
£1,000 - £5,000
About

Sculptor Gary Scott is currently pushing his practice further at Plymouth College of Arts. His work is held in private collections worldwide and has undertaken a number of commissions including two publicly visible sculptures that are situated in St Ives, Cornwall. In 2013 he won the Art Academy’s Mixed Media Sculpture Prize and was shortlisted for the Threadneedle Prize.

" I want to make a connection with the viewer. In expressing my own unconscious I want to inspire an emotional, even contemplative response, one that draws the viewer in and invites a reaction through their own memories and feelings. A kind of unconscious dialogue."

The life model of dancers are generally Gary’s initial inspiration for his figurative works - beginning with the anatomy and an appreciation of the human form, he then moves on to the interpretation of the strong lines running through a figure. Gary now works mainly with direct plaster interpreting spontaneity and the necessity to work quickly as the medium dries. He then casts in bronze resulting in works which are expressive and have a feeling of life and energy.

"I love to use sensual sweeping lines incorporating deeply textural surfaces which add further language to the forms."