Martin Hayward-Harris’ work has been displayed worldwide and is in several private and public collections including those of:
The National Museum of Wales
The Woburn Estate
The Wellington Estate
The Late Princess Diana
Corporations in France, Japan and the USA
His work was chosen by The Daily Mail as the centrepiece of the Hampton Court Flower Show, has been sold by Christies and Sotheby’s and includes larger scale pieces. Among these is a sculpture of a tank crew displayed in Whitehall, London and a monumental abstract bronze for the far east.
Gilded Tiger 2063 - Nature and Art Museum Gloucester
Barn Owl Bronze miniature on Carrera Marble base.
part of an exhibition that recently toured the USA and Canada.
200mm x 200mm x50mm.
Edition of 12. £2.500
An edition of 8, individually signed with monogram under tail. Ferric patina.
670mm high x 410mm wide x 240 deep.
Otter stretching. Half life-size
400mm long 200mm high
Edition of 10. £3.500.
Signed near tail with Monogram
Edition of 9
580mm long x 310mm high x 200mm deep
Boxing hare edition of 12 featured in 20th Century British Art at Christies £8500
Signed on base with Monogram
Ebony /Cupric patination
400mm long x 300mm high x 100mm deep
Horus Falcon (Hobby)
Signed on base with Monogam
Edition of 10
450mm highx 240 mm wide x 140mm deep
Bronze column and stand
Featured in Artists for Conservation Exhibition 2010
Price On Application
Kingfisher in flight
An edition of 10, each signed on the base with a monogram. Cupric patina.
320mm high x 350mm long x 140mm deep
Polished Verdi K marble base £2.500
Featured in Artists for Conservation Exhibition 2010.
Jewel in the Crown [Flying European Roller] Polychromed Bronze.
Dimensions: 520mm high 320mm wide 190mm deep.
Short-listed for the Royal Academy, London.
On Exhibition in Arizona, USA. £6.500
Edition of 8, signed with Monogram on base. Cupric Patina
460mm High x 190mm wide.
Signed on underside with Monogram. Edition of 8
370mm Long x 270mm High
Polished Slate Base
Arabelam - Royal Academy - Price on Application
Spirit of Freedom
Signed with Monogram on Base
Editon of 9
350mm high to head total 450mm x 260mm wide x 180mm deep
After leaving art college Martin trained at the Natural History Museum, producing a sculpture of a blue whale and calf which remains on display to this day. Moving to the National Museum of Denmark he worked with some of Europe’s greatest wildlife artists, visiting China in 2007 to study that country’s influence on bronze casting. Martin has also been resident artist at UK’s Nature in Art Museum.
Martin is guided by an enduring love of nature and a unique understanding of animal physiology. The result is a sculptural equivalent of impressionism: a simplicity of form and sensitivity to materials that creates an ageless and contemporary beauty.
Martin’s European Roller and Horus Falcon were shortlisted for the Royal Academy in 2011; his Horus falcon for the DSWF wildlife artist of the year 2012 and his Barn Owl featured at the Artists for Conservation festival 2012. Guests are welcome by appointment at his studio in the south of England.
Exhibitions attended by Martin Hayward-Harris
Martin has Exhibited with The Anthony Woodd Gallery (Dundas Street, Edinburgh) for many years and also has work with the respected Mcewan Gallery in Ballater. Aberdeenshire.
Martin Hayward-Harris and furniture maker Gordon Kent present a summer show of work in mid-May annually at Homer Barn near Nuffield, Oxfordshire. Please contact us for details.
Commissions by Martin Hayward-Harris
Martin can be commissioned to create works in all media: Bronze, Wood, Paintings of landscapes in oils and watercolour. He personally undertakes all aspects of bronze casting and patinating.
Martin is also an experienced teacher and can offer one to one classes.
Ordering from Martin Hayward-Harris
Many of Martin’s pieces are on show in galleries throughout the UK – in Norfolk at www.birdscapesgallery.co.uk and www.artparks.co.uk and in Edinburgh at www.anthonywoodd.com but please check availability by contacting email@example.com or call 01491 652006. Many of Martin’s customers have ordered via the Internet with complete satisfaction. Martin’s art couriers ensure safe collection and dispatch.
Martin has all his work cast in British foundries taking up to 4 months to complete. All are individual in character and patination varies. A deposit of 33% is required to go ahead with an order, which is non refundable. Martin is linked to Paypal so you can use this secure form of payment. You don’t have to be registered with Paypal to use this service. Personal cheques are still acceptable.
Martin lives in Oxfordshire close to the Thames in the heart of red kite country.
Tel: +44 (0)1491 652006
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