Gill Brown, after 5 years studying sculpture at the Liverpool College of Art, worked in America, Kenya and the North of England. All of which have influenced her in her lyrical figurative and abstract art. Only working in bronze, using cire perdue, she has work in collections in most parts of the country and you can see why. She is one of the finest proponents in bronze abstract sculptures today in Britain.
Sculptures by gill brown
Lowther College, North Wales
Liverpool College of Art,Lowther College, North Wales
Liverpool College of Art
Gill Brown was born and brought up in Liverpool, where she studied sculpture at the Liverpool College of Art for five years. After teaching art and pottery in the North, she went to America where she worked as a freelance artist.
She spent five years in Kenya where local carving and jewellery added a new dimension to her work. On returning to the North of England she taught sculpture and pottery whiclst producing work for exhibitions.
For the last 20 years she has lived in Tunbridge Wells. Her work is both figurative and abstract and includes animals, birds and figures, from small maquettes to life size pieces. All her works is cast in bronze using the lost wax method, at the Livingstone Art Founders.