Andrew Sinclair is one of Great Britain’s masters of figurative and surrealist sculpture.
Self-taught, his background in screen printing, clay modelling and his skill as a bespoke cabinet maker has given him the eye for detail which has contributed to his on-going success during his 20 years as a professional sculptor.
Throughout his career, he has been influenced by the great classical sculptors of the Renaissance. Figurative work is undoubtedly his all-consuming passion, stimulated by artists such as Bernini and Giambologna, who have inspired his own approach to figurative realism.
This has resulted in pieces such as the bronze armoured figure and silver sconces commissioned by Christopher Moran (as part of the restoration of Sir Thomas Moore’s Crosby Hall, in Chelsea). Also the Royal Coat of Arms and bas-relief sculptures of past Kings and Queens commissioned by Royal Ascot, in situ above the Queens royal viewing suite.
Andrew now lists the Earl and Countess of Leicester, Oldham City Council, publisher Felix Dennis, Georgio Logothetis of the international shipping company Lomar Shipping and Royal Caribbean amongst his clients.
Andrew has work in private and corporate collections in the UK, the USA, Norway, Greece, Holland and South Africa.
He has exhibited in London and the Home Counties.