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Sukey Erland SPS

Selected artist profile information for this deceased English Sculptor (1927 - 2014)
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Sculptor Sukey Erland SPS
Sukey Erland

About Sukey Erland

Particularly accomplished in humorous and life like animals, in bronze, ceramic and resin. Exhibits widely and has an avid following and you can see why.

Exhibition History of Sukey Erland

2010
Somerset Art Weeks, Open Studio Pilton

2010
Group Exhibition, Bishops Palace, Wells

2008
Somerset Art Week, Studio Exhibition

2006
Albany Gallery Cardiff

2006
Artists 303, Rook Lane Chapel, Frome

2004
East Lambrook Manor Gardens

2004
Rural Life Museum

2003-2004
Bishop`s Palace, Wells

2001-2004
Art Parks, Guernsey
Affordable Art Fair, London

2001-2004
First Sight Fine, Bath

2001-2004
Broadway Modern Garden of Art

1986-2004
Garden Gallery, Stockport

1996-2004
Various portrait commissions

1998-2003
Atkinson Gallery, Millfield Art Centre

1999
303 Society, Cork St. London
Barn Gallery, Dorset
New Eden Gallery, Hants

1996-2002
Open Studio Somerset Arts Week

1997/98/99
Jack in the Bush, Yorkshire

1997
Deans Court, Wimbourne

1995-2004
Society of Portrait Painters, London
Garden Gallery, Broughton

1995/6/7
Bayford House Gallery, Wincanton

1992-2002
Mythic Garden Sculpture, Devon

1991/3/4/5/6
Royal West of England Academy - Prizewinner, John Brandler Award

1993/6/7
Bridport Art Centre - Prize-winner 1993

1992
Saville Row Galleries, Bath (4 women sculptors)
Discerning Eye Exhibition and Society of Wildlife Artists, Mall Galleries, London

1991-2002
Summerleaze Gallery, Wiltshire

1991/2/3
Bruton Street Gallery, London
Rooksmoor Gallery, Bath

1991/2
Rimpton House Gallery, Sherbourne
Gt Campston Exhibition of Sculpture

1990/91
Otterton Mill Gallery, Devon (one person show)
Dorchester Gallery, Dorset (one person show)

Biography / CV of Sukey Erland

As a child Sukey roamed the countryside on her ponies and this gave her a lifelong passion for wildlife. Sukeys sculptures are lively studies of both wildlife and domestic animals. Sometimes she chooses a mythological subject and carves in stone instead of modelling in clay. Most of her work is cast in bronze or bronze resin.

Sukey is also well known for her portraits of people and is a founder member of the Society of Portraits Sculptors in London. She is a past winner of the John Brandler Prize for Sculpture at the Royal West of England Academy. Sukey exhibtis widely in London and galleries around England. Collectors in the USA, Australia and Japan have acquired many of her works

Qualifications / Education of Sukey Erland

Studied at Farnham and then Chelsea School of Art

Teaching Experience

Director of Ceramics London Ltd
Lectureship in 3-D Studies at Chelsea Westminster Institute

Price Range of Work

Sukey Erland's work has a price range from £2,140 to £3,340

Mediums utilised

Sukey Erland's work is found in the following materials:

Artwork Categorised

Sukey Erland's work is found in the following categories on site:
Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor Sculptures (9)
Females Women Girls Ladies Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines (6)
Contemplative, Restful, Thougtful Sculptures (4)
Pool, Pond, Lake Stream or River Water Feature (4)
Nudes, Female Sculptures (4)
Human Figurative Sculptures (3)
Wild Animals and Wild Life Sculptures (2)
Happiness / Joy / Exuberance / Wild Pleasure sculpture (2)
Nude Garden Yard Outdoor Outside Sculptures Statues (2)
Portrait Sculptures / Commission or Bespoke or Customised Sculptures (2)
Badger, Otter, Beaver, Weasel, Stoat, Pine Martin, Wombat Sculptures (2)
Human and Animal Sculptures (2)
Male Men Youths Masculine Statues Sculptures statuettes figurines
Small Animal Sculptures
Stylized Animals Sculptures
Nudes / Male Sculpture
Garden Bird and Animal Sculptures
Aquatic Sculptures Fish / Shells / Sharks / Seals / Corals / Seaweed
Field Sports, Game Birds and Game Animals Sculptures
Sensual Sculptures or Statues
Water Features, Fountains and Cascades
Animals and Humans Sculptures, Statues and Statuettes
Gods or Goddess, or Deity Sculptures
Meditation sculpture / Statues / statuettes / figurines
Friendship Friends chummyness Amicability Camaraderie Cordility Kindred Spirit
Hares and Rabbits Sculptures
Predators Carnivores Hunters Flesh Eaters Sculptures Statues statuettes carvings
Mythical Sculptures

ArtParkS Sculpture Park Yearly exhibitions

Sukey Erland's work has been exhibited at the following yearly exhibitions held at the ArtParkS sculpture park:
2016 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2015 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2014 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2013 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2012 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2011 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2010 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2009 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2008 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2007 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2006 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2005 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
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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
Customer comment on 'Polo Pony Portrait/Trophy (bronze Head sculptures)' by Lorne Mckean
Peter,
The Piece came in, it is beautiful, thank you so much.

Mr K. Spaar, United States.