• Textured Bronze, Green Patina individual piece by Robyn Neild

    Robyn Neild

    Seashore Wreck
    Medium: Textured Bronze with Green Patina Size: 205 x 70 x 80mm Price: £495 REF: RND01 - 1st Image
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  • Bronze, green patina on boat wreck
    Robyn Neild
    Seashore Wreck
    Medium: Textured Bronze Boat with Green Patina Size: 205 x 70 x 80mm Price: £495 REF: RND01 - 2nd Image
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  • Driftwood and boat in bronze by Robyn Neild
    Robyn Neild
    Textured Boat with Driftwood
    Medium: Solid Bronze Size: 180 x 50 x 80mm Price: £475 REF: RND02 - 1st image
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  • Bronze of boat wreck with driftwood by Robyn Neild
    Robyn Neild
    Textured Boat with Driftwood
    Medium: Solid Bronze Sculpture Size: 180 x 50 x 80mm Price: £475 REF: RND02 - 2nd image
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  • Robyn Neild
    Unique Boat
    Medium: Unique Solid Bronze Size: 150 x 50 x 80mm Price: £450 REF: RND03 - image 1
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  • Robyn Neild
    Unique Boat
    Medium: Bronze Sculpture Size: Lt 150 x Ht 50 x Wt 80mm Price: £450 REF: RND03 - 2nd image
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  • Solid Bronze Sculpture boat wreck by Robyn Neild
    Robyn Neild
    Boat I
    Medium: Bronze Sculpture Size: Lt 165mm x Ht 60mm x Wth 80mm Price: £450 REF: RND04
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Artist Profile

Robyn Neild has worked as an international fashion illustrator for the last twenty years working for clients ranging from Givenchy, Vivienne Westwood, Elizabeth Arden to Hush Puppies, Barnes & Noble and United Airlines. Her illustrations have graced Fashion magazines Vogue, Elle, Glamour & Harper & Queen, and Tatler, London stores Liberty & Harrods.  The sculptures document a traditional approach via the tactile manipulation of modelling wax, called the 'lost wax technique' as well as exploring the patina and finish of the bronze.
The boat sculptures came into being after spending the spring in Dungeness, a flat shingle expanse of stark beauty, spending my days in a traditional low, wind battered black tarred fisherman's cottage. Every day I'd walk the length of of the estate to the bus stop and travel the slow journey to my studio and then back each evening. During these walks I'd pass one of the abandoned shells of an old fishing boat, the timber keel bone dry and sun bleached, and I'd admire its graceful arcing curves defying the harsh elements in a silent, slow motion destruction. As I repeatedly made these journeys the form became a familiar and personal image in my mind and so too the idea of creating my own homage, a reminder, a tactile memory of my time in "the fifth quarter of the globe".

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