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Brian Alabaster


Suffolk-based, Brian Alabaster MRBS is one of the country’s leading figurative sculptors. His work, that is mainly produced in bronze, comprises portraiture - particularly of children - as well as natural life and objects. All of his sculptures are modelled from life. Finished pieces are to be found in private and public collections.

Alabaster finds his inspiration from a variety of sources: the countryside, natural rock or fossil formations and ancient classic ceramics. But it is his love of the human form that has produced, and continues to inform, his most favoured and most collected works. A father of three sons, the earliest of his sculptures featured his own children, and these have remained constant favourites both of the artist and his audience.

Alabaster undertakes every stage of production himself, from modelling the clay maquettes to the final casting in moulten metal.

Brian models in clay from life. This clay is reproduced by the ancient lost wax casting technique in a limited edition in bronze and his talent is capturing the relaxed natural poses of his models in his work. Some figures incorporate running water, which adds life and vitality to the sculptures. Recent work includes dynamic moving images of children at play.

Brian Alabaster sculpture for sale from The Sculpture Park is detailed below:

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  1. Seated Boy by Brian Alabaster at the sculpture park
    Seated Boy by Brian Alabaster, Lead Learn More
  2. Running Boy by Brian Alabaster
    Seated Boy by Brian Alabaster, Bronze Learn More
  3. Billy by Brian Alabaster at The Sculpture Park
    £6,948 inc VAT
    Billy by Brian Alabaster, Bronze Learn More
  4. Seated Girl by Brian Alabaster (lead) at The Sculpture Park
    Seated Girl by Brian Alabaster, Lead Learn More

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