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David Goode

BORN:
Oxford, 1966

LIVES:
Oxford

EARLY LIFE:
David Goode grew up in the small Midlands town of Leek, Staffordshire, just north of Stoke on Trent, also known as The Potteries, which was the heartland of the Victorian pottery industry, and to this day is still home to many world-famous pottery houses such as Royal Doulton and Wedgwood.

EDUCATION:
Aged 18, David trained at The Sir Henry Doulton School of Sculpture, specialising in portrait and figurative sculpture.

CAREER:
In 1988 David became a portrait sculptor at the London Studios of Madame Tussauds, the youngest sculptor ever offered such a position, and for six years traveled the world for sittings with many famous figures - some of his most notable works for Tussauds include Freddie Mercury, Joan Collins, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Ronald Reagan and Yasser Arafat.
In 1994 David became a freelance sculptor, taking on private commissions and exhibiting his own work

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MEDIUMS USED IN WORK:
David’s goblins are modelled in clay then cast in bronze

SUBJECTS OF WORK:
The inspiration for much of his work stems from a childhood fascination with myths, legend and folklore and a love of the works of Tolkien.

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