April Shepherd is an established British sculptor producing highly expressive works exploring movement and the natural world. Her sensitive yet unsentimental animal studies have won her considerable acclaim, with the horse in particular being her main subject matter. Her concepts are often enriched by her love of literature, folklore and mythology.
Employing a variety of media including clay, bronze and resin, April attempts to push the boundaries of the materials she uses. Working entirely without armatures allows her to maintain full control of the evolving piece and energise the forms she creates.
April has been selected for a number of commissions including a series of life-sized bronze figures for Morgan Stanley. Her work is held in private collections worldwide and has been shown in many mixed exhibitions at venues including the Royal Academy. Her sculptures were recently selected for display at the British Embassy in India.
Showing all 4 results