Veda Hallowes

Born and brought up in South Africa, Veda came late to sculpture after a successful career first in nursing and then as a ceramicist and ceramic art teacher while she and her family lived abroad. Over the years her work has been enriched by the experience of living and working in South Africa, Peru, Hong Kong and Pakistan.

Veda works mainly in bronze, and often uses fruits as a metaphor for the female form, with complex and rich patination. Her bronzes exude fertility and sensuality, The three free-standing pieces on this exhibition are larger works for the garden, with two functioning as bird baths, making them both practical as well as decorative.

In addition, Veda is showing her 2D wall-mounted unique ‘Spill Pieces’ which invite the viewer to engage and interpret what they see.

Veda had work accepted on the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy in London in 2001 and the exclusive Newt in Somerset recently bought an edition of her “The Source” for their impressive gardens. She consistently exhibits in London, Cheltenham, Oxshott, Cardiff and Guernsey and is included in the ‘Who’s Who in Art’ and the ‘World Who’s Who of Women’ publications.

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