Philip Hearsey


PHILIP HEARSEY

Born Hampshire 1946
Camberwell School of Art 1960s
Architect and furniture designer, bronze sculptor

Whereas bronze is most often used to reproduce a work originally conceived in another medium, Philip Hearsey uses the sand-casting process to create vessel forms that honour and explore the qualities of bronze as a material in its own right. Solid and heavy, yet graceful in line and remarkable in the vibrancy of patination, forms are pure: primordial in origin; subtle, elegant and seemingly weightless as they draw the eye to become objects of contemplation.



 
Philip Hearsey bronze

Low Tide (image 1) - bronze - 23 x 8 x 49cm - series of variations - £1250



Philip Hearsey bronze

Low Tide (image 2) - bronze - series of variations - £1250





Clunch - bronze - 30 x 10 x 11cm - edition of 9 - £575



Philip Hearsey

Narration II - bronze - 17 x 8 x 33cm - series of variations - £975



Philip Hearsey

Narration II (image 2)- bronze - 17 x 8 x 33cm - series of variations - £975





Sonno - bronze - edition of 9 - £575





Surge - bronze - 42 x 21 x 18cm - edition of 9 - £1250





Solis - bronze - 20 x 8 x 43cm - edition of 9 - £975