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Allan Sly FRBS, RA Cert

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Sculptor Allan Sly FRBS, RA Cert
Allan Sly

About Allan Sly

He creates in a variety of media and has work in a great number of public and private collections all over the country.

Exhibition History of Allan Sly

2003 Sculpture at Renishaw, an exhibition of work for Sir Reresby and Lady Sitwell.
2001 Alan Klukow, Fine Art. Paintings and Sculpture.
1999 Invited artists, Sculpture collection, Brentford Dock. London.
1998 International sculpture exhibition, Guernsey.
1997 Michael House, Marks and Spencer PLC, London.
1994 Lamont Gallery, London.
1993 Exchange Court, Broadgate, London.
1993 Chelsea Harbour Sculpture, London.
1992 Forge Gallery, Surrey.
1991 Margam Sculpture Park, South Wales.
1988 20th Century British Art, London.
1988 Church Street Gallery, Gloucester.
1987 Royal West of England Academy, Bristol.
1986 Bucknall Fine Art, Solihull, West Midlands.
1980 Fieldbourne Gallery, London.
1978 Ashbarn Gallery, Hampshire.
(Also in 1979, 1980, 1981 and 1982.)
1977 Touchstone Gallery, New York.
(Also in 1978, 1979 and 1980.)
1975 International Exhibition, New York.
1974 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.
(Also in 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980 and 1988.)
1972 The Royal Exchange, London.

Biography / CV of Allan Sly

Allan was born in Windsor, Berkshire in 1951. Studied sculpture at the city and guilds of London Art School for 1971 to 1974 followed by postgraduate study at the Royal Academy of Art, London from 1974 to 1977.

Awards and Prizes of Allan Sly

The Beckwith Scholarship, British Institution Award, the Royal Academy of Arts Silver and Bronze medals for sculpture and the Elizabeth T Greenshields Memorial Foundation Award for figurative sculpture.

Acquisitions / Collections of work by Allan Sly

Works in private collections in America, Britain, Germany, Holland and Italy.

1984 - 2006 Commissions include:
Designs for new two pound coins for the Royal Mint.
Large scale carving for video production.
Life-size figurative carving in ice for advertising.
Consultant for heroic figurative enlargement of sculpture sited in Turkey
Architectural modelling for stately home, Ireland.
Prototype modelling for industrial design.
Modelling and set design for films at Pinewood and Shepperton Studios.

Public Works of Allan Sly

2005 "Masquerade" 5 metre high stainless steel sculpture commissioned by The Electric Theatre Guildford, unveiled September 2005

2004/6 "The Heroes of Science" Three life-size figures of Watson, Crick and Franklin and the DNA structure celebrating the discovery of DNA and the Genetic Code.

2003 Submission of designs for a new two pound coin for the Royal Mint.

2002 "Andrew Carnegie" Life size bronze sculpture for Carnegie Abbey Golf Lodge, Rhode Island, America. Commissioned by Peter de Savary

2001 "The Surrey Scholar" 11` high sculpture for Guildford High Street, commissioned by The University of Surrey, unveiled by HRH the Duke of Kent, May 2002

2000 "The Presentation" Two 7` high figures for Personal Assurance PLC Milton Keynes Unveiled in April 2001

2000 "Newmarket Stallion" a collaboration with Marcia Astor to produce a 15` high Equestrian sculpture for the July roundabout Newmarket. Unveiled October 2000.

1999 "The Pearl Diver" 11` High sculpture for the cruise ship the "Aurora", P and O Cruises Limited. Introduced to HRH The Princess Royal. April 2000.

1998 "The Spirit of Cricket", 10` high sculpture Commissioned by Boots Properties PLC, for Priory Meadow, Hastings. Unveiled by HM Queen June 1997

1995 "The Runaway Rotovator", 7` High figure commissioned by the Harlow Arts Trust permanently sited outside the offices of Pitney Bowes in Harlow

1994 "Will Kemp", Life-size sculpture commissioned by JD Wetherspoon PLC, Ilford. Sited in Edinburgh

1993 "The Messenger", 14` high sculpture commissioned for St Mary`s Hospital, Paddington, London.

1990 "The Window Cleaner", 10` high sculpture commissioned for Capital House, Edgware Road, London.

1988 "Family Image", A group of four life-size figures commissioned by Wates Building Group. Unveiled by the Under-Secretary of State at the department of the environment.

Teaching Experience

1998 - Senior Lecturer Wimbledon College of Art.
1984-97 - Head of Sculpture, City and Guilds of London Art School.
1990-93 - Elected council member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors and appointed to the Education Sub Committee.
1978-83 - Part time lecturer, City and Guilds of London Art School Diploma Course, Fine Art Sculpture.
1977-83 - Part time lecturer, Hounslow Borough College, Sculpture/Carving
1977-78 - Part time lecturer, City and Guilds of London Art School Foundation Course Sculpture.
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