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Nature on the line

From January to June 2021 I will be creating drawings, collages, sculptures and installations in response to the environmental destruction…

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Get involved with the project

Taking place through the winter lockdown, this project is Covid secure, completed in isolation and presented online. In spring, however,…

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Stonecarving workshops

As part of this project I delivered two courses in stonecarving for beginners. Carving is a very absorbing and therapeutic…

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More maquettes

So many ideas, so hard to choose what to work on next. Please follow me on Instagram @AmandaRandallSculpture to see…

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Clay maquettes

I make dozens of clay models as studies for possible carving. Some of them are lovely artworks in their own…

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Sawing stone

I sawed the slit in ‘Polypore,’ with a tungsten carbide tile saw. That’s Sarah Moore behind me at the Burngate…

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Obsession

This was our living room floor last winter while I was trying to create the bicycle icon for the website.…

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Dinosaur Poo

Sometimes I come across soft muddy parts inside the stone. I don’t mind this if they’re not too big –…

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Roughing out

To begin, I use a pitcher to knock off the corners of the block. It’s a large, blunt chisel which…

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Sculpture, vessels, public artwork.
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