Inside Artists - Issue 16

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Walrus, 2019, bronze, 27 x 44 x 22 cm

Adam Binder


imple lines and flowing forms are part of Adam Binder’s signature fluid style as he depicts both the movement and emotions of wildlife in bronze, beautifully capturing the essence of his subjects.

As one of Britain’s leading wildlife sculptors his prolific body of work is recognised and collected all over the world, renowned for his in-depth knowledge of his subjects, his earthy, rich patinas and eye for detail. Where possible the artist observes and studies his subjects in their natural environment, allowing him to gain a sense of the spirit of the animal, through understated movement and suggestion.

Based in the Cotswolds in the UK, the diverse surrounding environment provides endless inspiration for Binder’s sculptures. His bronze pieces are currently produced in two foundries which specialise in lost-wax bronze casting, with the larger pieces created locally in the Cotswolds. Binder is a Member of the Society of Wildlife Artists, and his works are exhibited regularly across the UK. In 2010 he won the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year.

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