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Georgie Welch HND Fig Sculpture, ASEA

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Sculptor Georgie Welch HND Fig Sculpture, ASEA
Georgie Welch

About Georgie Welch

Georgie specialises in limited edition bronzes of dogs and horses. Having spent most of her childhood on horseback Georgie left school and rode professionally until she started sculpting which took over in 1995. It seemed natural for her to sculpt the `horse` initially but now a wider range of subjects are being created in bronze.

Georgie combines commissioned work with her own gallery pieces.

Georgie is VAT registered.
Sculptor Georgie Welch HND Fig Sculpture, ASEA
Georgie & Simba

Exhibition History of Georgie Welch

2014 The `Christmas Truce` Memorial sculpture unveiled by HRH The Prince of Cambridge at the N.M.A for the Football Association
2014 Currently a small selection of bronze sculpture is on show at Whatley Manor
2014 The Not Forgotten Association monument unveiled by HRH The Princess Royal at the National Memorial Arboretum
2014 Sculpture Showcase - Whatley Manor Gatcombe Horse Trials
2014 The Skye Terrier Club public sculpture `The Homecoming` unveiled by HRH The Princess Royal at Armadale Castle, Isle of Skye
2013 Sculpture Showcase - Whatley Manor Gatcombe Horse Trials
2010 ‘Modern Animaliers’ Three woman show at the Stockbridge Gallery, Hampshire
2010 Society of Equestrian Artists, Mall Galleries London, awarded runner up ‘Best in Show’
2009 Side by Side, mixed show, Sutton Parva
2009 Wylye Valley Arts Trail
2009/08 Society of Equestrian Artists, Mall Galleries London
2007 Cambridge Art Fair
2007 Wylye Valley Arts Trail
2006 Project Workshops Summer Exhibition
2006 Whatley Manor, Solo show
Black Barn Gallery, Boyton, Wiltshire, UK
Hawkins Fine Art, Bath, UK
Palace House, Newmarket, UK

Biography / CV of Georgie Welch

Georgie Welch
b. 1969
Education and Qualifications
2005 Associate member, Society of Equestrian Artists
1995 - 1996 HND in Figurative Sculpture at Stafford College
1993 - 1995 Completed two years of a BA in Art and Design, Bournville College, Birmingham
1989 - 1990 Diploma in Equine Performance Development, Warwickshire Agricultural College
1986 - 1987 British Horse Society Assistant Instructor and Stage IV, Talland School of Equitation

Artist Statement of Georgie Welch

“Through my sculpture I attempt to portray the natural power, grace and beauty of my favorite subjects. Although I make every effort to broaden my portfolio, the temptation to focus on working with horses and dogs is often overwhelmingly irresistible.

Working at the family riding school during my younger years sowed the seeds of my passion for equestrianism, spending time later on working with an equine physiotherapist allowed me the opportunity to study in depth the physical make-up of these glorious animals and to develop an understanding of their form and composure which is so important to my work.

Figurative Sculpture was my chosen discipline to study and during that period I was fortunate to work with a very established equestrian sculptor for several weeks. After graduating my first bronze commission came from the owner of a terrific little horse that years earlier I had competed to Advanced Dressage. Since then I have been combining sculpture to commission with a portfolio of my own work.

All of my sculptures are cast in the `lost wax` method of casting at the renowned Pangolin Editions Foundry in the UK.
Georgie is VAT registered."

Awards and Prizes of Georgie Welch

British Sporting Art Trust Award for Sculpture



Acquisitions / Collections of work by Georgie Welch

Private collection in UK and Europe.

Reviews of work by Georgie Welch

Artists and Illustrators Summer 09
Equestrio - Date to be confirmed
Country - CGA Magazine

Public Works of Georgie Welch


Qualifications / Education of Georgie Welch

HND Figurative Sculpture

Publications / Media / Bibliography of Georgie Welch

The Field
Horse and Hound
Wiltshire View

Teaching Experience

Shute farm Studio, Downhead, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, UK

Influences / Inspiration of Georgie Welch


Price Range of Work

Georgie Welch's work has a price range from £6,500 to £10,000

Mediums utilised

Georgie Welch's work is found in the following materials:

Artwork Categorised

Georgie Welch's work is found in the following categories on site:
Horse Sculpture / Equines Race Horses Pack HorseCart Horses Plough Horsess (2)
Horses Small, for Indoors and Inside Display Statues statuettes Sculptures figurines commissions commemoratives (2)
Small Animal Sculptures (2)
Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor Sculptures
Sculptures of Sport in General
Dogs Sculpture
Champions Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines
Dogs Hounds Bitches Puppies Sporting and Racing
Tabletop Desktop Small Indoor Statuettes Figurines Sculptures
Horse and Rider / Jockey Sculpture / Equestrian Sculptures
Domestic Animal Sculpture
Interior, Indoors, Inside Sculpture
Pet and Animal Portrait Custom or Bespoke or Commission Commemorative or Memoriaql sculpture statue
Commemoratives and Memorials Sculptures
Precious Metal Precious stone Sculpture Statue Ornament Figurine Statuette
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