maggie hambling

An important part of my concept is that at the centre of the sculpture, where the sound of the waves and the winds are focused, a visitor may sit and contemplate the mysterious power of the sea.

Maggi Hambling on her 2003 sculpture Scallop which sits on a beach north of Aldeburgh England.

November 30, 1998

Stephen Fry with Lucian Holland, great-grandson of Oscar Wilde, during the unveiling of a statue of Oscar Wilde by Maggi Hambling near London’s Trafalgar Square. The statue, unveiled by Stephen Fry, is part of a memorial entitled ‘A Conversation with Oscar Wilde’ which depicts Wilde in bronze rising from his granite sarcophagus.


Earthly Equations; Fashematics Exercise

Done in 2013, “Earthly Equations” is an idea generation exercise using a technique called fashematics. The technique bases essentially is to use 2 or more ideas and merge them into a singular concept/aesthetic. The inspirations I took here were those of art pieces by photographer Bill Jacobson and painter Maggi Hambling.

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