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  • Olympic Village 2012 Icarus
  • 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
Other

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The enlarged Icarus Rising is coming along and I have to finish it by next week. There have been some long days in the studio working for this! It will be on show in the summer and has to be cast on time. Lots more to do still..... ... See MoreSee Less

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The large Icarus Rising is coming along well and I'll be working on it all weekend as I have a deadline coming up soon!! Most of the clay is on now, over 10 bags so far, and the finer work will begin over the next day or so. I love working on big pieces, it is so physical! ... See MoreSee Less

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Over the last two weeks I have been preparing to make my enlarged Icarus Rising piece, to be exhibited at Beaulieu this summer. The preparation work on the armature is very important and so takes quite a while as everything has to be in exactly the right place! I started the clay work this week and here are some shots of it so far! I love working on big pieces, it is fun and physical. This work only just fits into the studio! ... See MoreSee Less

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Yesterday I went to see one of my new bronzes in a client's garden. We had a lovely lunch and viewed all his other art works, a real treat of a day! Here is Pieta (Unearthed) I, in two different positions. ... See MoreSee Less

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