When Derek Kinzett studied Art & Design at Wiltshire College, the armatures in his sculptures possessed so much detail, he was reluctant to cover them. Imagine! All that wonderful wire covered with clay! An innovative designer, he found a way to work with wire that suited his sensibilities. His choice of material, chicken wire, is remarkable in itself, but more remarkable is the detail in Derek’s work. These are life sized figures, and you’ll find them in parks and gardens throughout Great Britain. Some celebrate quiet moments, while others celebrate the whimsey of the human spirit. Read More
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