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Sally Arnup FRBS

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Sculptor Sally Arnup FRBS
Sally Arnup

About Sally Arnup

sally Arnup is the specialist in animals and animal sculpture commission portraits in bronze. Since going to Art School at the age of 13 she has exhibited all over the World and regularly selected for the Royal Academy and written up in the glossies and is much in request for commissions to immortalise champions, farm animals, pets and wild life where her passions for perfection shines through. Her big secret is the afinity she establishes with who ever is her subject be it a great dane, a spaniel a racehorse or champion turkey

Exhibition History of Sally Arnup

2013 The Blake Gallery
2011 The Blake Gallery
2010 The Bowes Museum
2008 The Limehouse Gallery, London
2003 Brian Sinfied Gallery, Oxon
2002 Blake Gallery, York
Renishaw Hall, Derbyshire
2001 Pyramid Gallery, York
2000 Frank T. Sabin, London
1998 the Artpark Sausmarez Manor Guernsey
1998 Gainsborough`s House, Suffolk
Sinfield Gallery, Oxon
1997 Holland and Holland, New York, USA
1995 Holland and Holland, London
1994 Holland and Holland, Paris
1992 York Festival
1991 Grape Lane Gallery, York
1990 Hallam Gallery, Surrey
Stamford Art Centre, Lincolnshire
1989 Ashdown Gallery, Sussex
1988 York Festival
Edinburgh Festival
1987 Stamford Arts Centre, Lincolnshire
Calvalier Galleries, Connecticut, USA
Dockyard Art Centre, Bermudas
Beverley Art Gallery
1986 Darlington Arts Centre, County Durham
Gallery Christine, Michigan, USA
Wexford Festival, Ireland
1985 Guildhall, York
Broughton Gallery, Lanarkshire
1983 Solomon Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
Galleria `La Perla`, Florence, Italy
1984 York Festival
1982 York Races
Barclays Bank, York
Harrogate Festival
Wexford Festival, Ireland
1981 Falcon House Gallery, Suffolk
Tryon Gallery, London
1980 Essex Gallery of Sport, New Jersey, USA
York Festival
Tattersalls, Newmarket
1979 Goffs, Kill, Ireland
1978 Halifax Piece Hall
Wexford Festival, Ireland
1977 Saragota Gallery, New York, USA
Goffs, Kill, Ireland
Harrogate Festival
Essex Gallery of Sport, New Jersey, USA
1976 Tryon Gallery, London
York Festival
Drobak, Norway
1974 Wexford Festival, Ireland
1973 Moorland Gallery, London
York Festival
1971 York 1900 Celebrations
1969 York Festival
1968 York University

Biography / CV of Sally Arnup

Sally Arnup`s Biography
I first met Sally at the Royal College of Art, Sculpture School in 1956. After two years National Service, I arrived there desperate to pick up where I had left off, before those most interesting army experiences. I wanted to get on with the business of making sculpture. I relished the atmosphere that prevailed at the College then, under the leadership of John Skeaping. Sally was a fellow student, one of a group who had already made serious decisions about their preferred subject matter and mode of working. This stance I admired because my two years away from any art school atmosphere had helped me to make the same kind of decision. Curiously, despite the art world being in a state of flux and confusion, we both made the choice of working directly from the world as we saw and experienced it. In Sally`s case her decision was to make sculpting the animal world her primary subject, and soon after the RCA, was to become firmly established as our leading animalier, with a growing national and international reputation sculptig animal portraits.

Artist Statement of Sally Arnup

The use of bronze means that the extremes of scale and mass can be explored, and some of the movements, caught from life, are technical tours de force in the medium. The fine surface detail made possible by the use of bronze adds to our perception of the subjects shape and mass and builds the individual identity of each animal.

Acquisitions / Collections of work by Sally Arnup

Virtually all of Sally Arnup`s work is commissioned.

Public Works of Sally Arnup

Sally Arnup`s Public works
Silver Leopard given to HM the Queen in 1981 by the City of York.

Price Range of Work

Sally Arnup's work has a price range from £4,200 to £10,500

Mediums utilised

Sally Arnup's work is found in the following materials:

Artwork Categorised

Sally Arnup's work is found in the following categories on site:
Dogs Sculpture (3)
Dogs Hounds Bitches Puppies Sporting and Racing (3)
Pet and Animal Portrait Custom or Bespoke or Commission Commemorative or Memoriaql sculpture statue (3)
Commission and Custom and Bespoke sculpture Statues (3)
Commemoratives and Memorials Sculptures (2)
Field Sports, Game Birds and Game Animals Sculptures (2)
Animals and Birds in Repose Resting Sleeping Lying
Domestic Animal Sculpture
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