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Stephanie Quayle

Baby Bull

2010 Grey Air Dough and polystyrene 123 x 124 x 62 cm Unique Bidding Ended
Artist Bio / Statement

Stephanie Quayle is a sculptor working mainly with clay, who creates animals and places them in gallery and domestic settings. After completing her MA...

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Stephanie Quayle is a sculptor working mainly with clay, who creates animals and places them in gallery and domestic settings. After completing her MA in 2007 at the Royal College of Art she had her first solo show at Trolley Gallery, where she built a lifesize Indian bull elephant in the gallery from 3 tonnes of air-hardening clay. The work here ‘Baby Bull’ is a lifesize baby elephant made from grey airdough, making it much lighter. Stephanie’s work is part of the permanent collection of the Cass Foundation. She has undertaken various residencies for her research of animals, including building elephants in Belize and Sri Lanka of local natural materials, as well as recently a giant man for the festival Mannifest on her native Isle of Man.