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  • Icarus I Bronze resin sculpture
  • Icarus sculpture, life sized bronze mythological artwork for garden.
  • Bone Form sculpture in bronze. Abstract female torso as garden sculpture.

About Nicola Godden

I have been producing sculpture in bronze for over 30 years. Large projects included ‘Icarus’ for the London 2012 Olympic Village, the ‘Sir Peter Scott’ sculpture in bronze for London Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre and Hammersmith Man for the Hammersmith fly-over.

My artwork is nearly always based on the human figure whether in an abstract from or in a realistic way. As A sculptor I have always wanted to work from the human form because of the feelings and emotions it conveys; there is usually a story behind every piece.

Find out more about me.

Recent works can be seen in my portfolio gallery where all the bronze sculpture is for sale.

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Icarus
Vol d’Etincelle
Eve
Bone Form
Flint Form
Large Bronzes & Commissions

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"As seen in The World of Interiors" ...my large bronze Icarus I is in the August issue of WOI magazine. ... See MoreSee Less

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At The Cotswolds Sculpture Park last week. I put some wax on Icarus and then enjoyed all the other art work- some really lovely pieces of sculpture on show, some very entertaining ones too, especially those by David Hartland himself, the owner of the park. There is a lovely little tea room and a few gorgeously quirky places to stay!! See the view from the roof of the old water tower. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Nicola Godden Sculpture

This was a fun day out yesterday to Cotswold Sculpture Park where David Hartland was kind enough to collect me and Tony Lovegrove from Oaksey Park Airfield and take us to their wonderful and entertaining park- a 'must see' place to go to!We had an exciting day yesterday as we had Nicola Godden Sculpture fly herself in from Surrey!
We drove out to pick Nicola up from Oaksey airfield, after she had landed in her beautiful Cessna!
Nicola came to give her sculpture ‘Icarus’ a wax, and then enjoyed a walk around the park!
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