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Nicola Godden

1959 in Germany to a British Army family

She has travelled to and lived in many countries including Kenya, Cyprus and Singapore.

Godden studied sculpture at West Surrey College of Art and Design

She was given her first commission through the landscape garden designer Roddy Lewellyn. The bronze was featured in his book Beautiful Backyards. She has since created many large commissions including the twice life sized Hammersmith Man figure which was unveiled by George Melly in 1987 and the Peter Scott memorial sculpture for The Wildfowl and Wetlands site at Barnes which was unveiled by David Attenborough in 2000. Her sculpture of ‘Icarus’ was recently featured at Chelsea Flower Show and on display in the Athlete’s Village of the London 2012 Olympic Games.


SUBJECTS OF WORK: “My work is nearly always based on the human figure whether in an abstract from or in a realistic way. I have always wanted to work from the human form because of the feelings and emotions it conveys; there is usually a story behind every piece.”

Nicola Godden sculpture for sale from The Sculpture Park is detailed below:

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  1. Eve III, IV and V by Nicola Godden MRSS at The Sculpture Park
    Nicola Godden MRSS, Eve III, IV and V, Bronze Price per sculpture £7,750 each including VAT Learn More
  2. Icarus II by Nicola Godden ARBS
    Nicola Godden MRSS, Icarus II, Bronze. This piece has a 16 week waiting time for casting. Learn More
  3. Icarus I by Nicola Godden ARBS
    Nicola Godden, Icarus I, Bronze Learn More
  4. Icarus Rising II by Nicola Godden
    Icarus Rising II by Nicola Godden, Bronze Learn More
  5. Mask of Achilles by Nicola Godden
    Mask of Achilles by Nicola Godden, Bronze Resin Learn More

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