Graceful curves and planes, crystallize organic ideas with solid structures and suggest as yet undiscovered natural forms, the sort of sculpture one is compelled to touch, is just one description of his delightful work that is so much in demand in the house, the workplace and the open space.
Sculptures by andrew horsfall
Andrew has been working as a sculptor for six years now, making forays from his home in Sussex to travel the world for ideas and inspiration; studying native art and artifacts, and gathering materials in North America, Australia and Africa.
He started his sculpting career working in wood, much of it storm damaged timber from the hurricane-ravaged Ashdown Forest where he lives. Later he moved to stome - limestone, marble and granite - and casting in pewter and bronze, producing limited editions.
All his works are drawn from forms found in nature, be they plant, animal, or elemental, and he also draws inspiration from the interaction between the man-made and the natural world.
Andrew has a clear picture of the place of art in life and society today