ALEXANDRA HARLEY  ARBS*

SCULPTURES IN WOOD, STONE & PAPER

Alexandra Harley at the EWAA Award Ceremony

Alexandra Harley with her sculpture Sny, which won the Best Category Prize for 3D at the East-West Art Award 2012.
Photo couresy of EWAA; used with permission

Alexandra Harley is a London-based sculptor whose abstract wood sculptures are lively carved constructions with a rich variety of textures; She has recently started working in stone. She trained at St Martins School of Art and Wimbledon School of Art. She has had two solo exhibitions, and has participated in numerous exhibitions, including Andy Goldsworthy and Alexandra Harley at the Gables Yard Gallery in Norfolk and Bankside Browsers at London's Tate Gallery. In 2005, she was Broadstairs 'tatters' Artist in Residence for Broadstairs Folk Week.

Alexandra runs several courses in the sculpture department at City Lit in Central London where she is the Head of Sculpture: she also offers individual tuition.

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Read Alexandra Harley's full CV.

"These sculptures convey a sense of movement, animation and an expressed feeling of imbalance and unease. I am inspired by, trying to capture movement in the natural world, including the moving figure. I try to encapsulate a combination of movements rather than just a static pose. I look beneath the skin to expose the underlying movements, rather than the outer surface which masks the tensions and stresses contained within..."

Read Alexandra Harley's full statement, and see more of her sculptures.

Alex blogs at alexharley-asculptorslife.blogspot.co.uk

An animated sculpture by Alexandra Harley, video by Andrew Pierce:








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