`Stag` Copper Sculpture By Tony Evans


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  • €1,665 Euro
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`Stag` Copper Sculpture By Tony Evans



Width: 18 1/2 in - 47 cm

Height: 15 in - 38 cm

Depth: 9 1/2 in - 24cm

This Stag copper sculpture in a 'one off' original design set on a white limestone base, created by British artist Tony Evans. Tony graduated in 2003 from The Wirral Metropolitan College with a John Moores B.A. Honours Degree in Fine Art .He was awarded the Fellowship and selected by Unilever to complete three large sculptural wall panels for The Lever Faberge Permanent Collection. He has exhibited and sold work throughout this country and Europe as well as in America and The Middle East. After a solo exhibition in Southport’s Atkinson Gallery his work was bought in for their permanent collection and stands alongside such luminaries as Henry Moore and Elizabeth Frink. Proud of his Liverpool background, Tony travels between his home in Delamere Forest and his workshop in Liverpool’s Bridewell Studios on a regular basis. He is currently Artist in Residence at London Road College in Northwich, Cheshire. EDUCATION De La Salle Grammar ‘O’ Level 1960 Liverpool City Community College ‘A’ Level 1997-2000 Wirral Metropolitan College B.A. Hons. Degree 2000-2003 Fellowship residency 2002-03 Tony has done over 60 shows and openings over the last 11 years including the Belgium International Art Fair, The Sheridan Russell Gallery and The Mall Galleries both located in London, to name but a few. His work is very much in demand and he is considered by many to be a well-established and talented contemporary British artist.


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