Alan Dun studied sculpture at Chelsea School of Art in London and graduated with an honour`s degree in Sculpture in 1972. In the early years of his career he made figures for waxworks and took a number of private commissions, as well as assisting and enlarging work for established sculptors. In the early 1980ís he established an experimental design and build studio, bringing together cross disciplinary skills such as engineering, musical composition, computer programming, painting and of course, sculpture and modelling skills. From this studio...
All artwork by Alan Dun BA (Hons) Contemporary British sculptor
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'Amy Williams MBE (Skeleton Bob Action Portrait sculpture statue)' by Alan Dun
Description: Cast Resin Portrait Commission or Custom sculpture or statue for sale or Commission of The OLympic Gold Medal Winning Skeleton Bob Sleigh By Alan Dun. "His sculpture is of the Skeleton bob Olympic gold medallist, Amy Williams, MBE. For Bath and North East Somerset Council. The sculpture was first shown in the city art gallery, The Victoria Gallery, and then loaned to her old secondary school in Bath. Bronze Nearly Life Size Full Length Bob-sleigh sculpture statuefor sale for Outside Outdoors in the Garden and Exterior in the Yard or Terrace By the So Accomplished Alan Dun The sculpture is cast bronze on a steel support on a plinth, and is just under life size. An exciting moment as she "Flew" down the Slope An edition of 3 resin casts of the sculpture are available for sale.
Size: 1.8 x 0.4 x 1.5 m (height x width x depth) It is a 0.8 times lifesize sculpture
'Durer`s Rhino (Little/Small Rhinoceros statuette/sculpture/statue)' by Alan Dun
Description: This sculpture was inspired by Albrecht Durer`s famous woodcut of 1515CE, almost 500 years ago, of the first living rhinoceros to arrive on European shores. We now live in an age where the last rhinos may be walking the earth.
'Cave Bull (3D sculptural Cave Drawing statue/sculpture/statuette/figurative)' by Alan Dun
Description: This sculpture was inspired by the Paleolithic Cave paintings found at sites such as Altamira and Chauvet. Sold as resin cast. Also available as bronze resin (shown in some images) Also available to order in bronze.
'Altamira Cave Bull (sculptural Bas/Low relief Wall Decoration Panel)' by Alan Dun
Description: Bas/Low Relief Resin/Cold Cast sculpture Panel Wall or Wall hung statues/sculptures decoration For Sale For Indoors Interior Internal Display and Created by Alan Dun based on a prehistoric cave painting of a bull found at Altamira.
'Car `Ovlov` (Contemporary abstract VolVo Car statuette/statue)' by Alan Dun
Description: Post Modern Abstract Stylised Contemporary interpretation sculpture or statue or statuette or figurine of an old Volvo car for Sale for Indoors Inside Interior Inside a House or Home Office or Factory. In Fact wherever Volvos are Loved and Respected by the Perceptive British Sculptor Alan Dun Available as bronze resin. Also available in bronze to order.
'`Eric` the Cat (Stylised Stalking Hunting Black Cat statue statuette)' by Alan Dun
Description: A Hunting Cat stylised Limited edition sculpture statue figurine of a Prowling Stalking Feline in bronze resin For Sale for Indoors Inside Interior Decoration as well as Outside Outdoors Exterior display in the Garden or yard by Alan Dun so respected for his Character sculpture
Size: 17 x 10 x 52 cm (height x width x depth) It is a 0.6 times lifesize sculpture
'Crow (life size Black Crow Standing Searching statue/statuette/sculpture)' by Alan Dun
Description: Life Size Searching Looking Questing Walking Standing sculpture statue statuette figurine for sale for Indoors Inside the House or Home as well as Outdoors in the Yard and Outside in the Garden By the perceptive Animal Lover and sculptor Alan Dun, who writes.... "A figurative sculpture of a crow in dark resin. Modelled in clay and cast into resin."
Size: 28 x 17 x 40 cm (height x width x depth) It is a lifesize sculpture
"The problem of contemporary sculpture and the garden is one which has rankled in my mind for years. It is usually resolved through a process of inversion-that is turning it into sculpture in the garden as against garden sculpture. By that I mean the sculptor takes over the garden as an open exhibition gallery, of which the focus is their creation, to which the world of nature merely provides the frame.The Idea that sculpture is a contributory element to an overall'mise en scene',in which, sometimes its role may be incedental rather than central, has been lost.In this we have seen the betrayall of the great tradition of garden sculpture, one which was unashamed at being decorative or delightful." Sir Roy Strong