Featured Artist on ArtsyShark

Just lately I have been a Featured Artist on ArtsyShark which follows up and coming artists – cool ! Featured Artist Gilly Thomas The simple flowing lines and smooth surfaces of artist Gilly Thomas’ bronze animal sculptures invite you to reach out and touch them. See more by visiting her website.   Artist Gilly Thomas in […]

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Featured in the AerLingus magazine CARA

Had a really nice surprise on Easter Sunday – 1st April – a friend of mine was flying back to London on Aer Lingus when she spotted me in the inflight Cara magazine.  I had chatted to Aer Lingus and had the photo taken a few weeks earlier and then forgot about it!  So was […]

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Spring is Nearly Here

Spring is on its way, the snow is almost melted and soon it will be time to brave the workshop and start on a couple of new sculptures. The exhibition in London, Parallax, went very well, spoke to so many people, got a lot of feedback and sold several pieces – so it can’t be […]

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Off to Parallax Art Fair – London

It was a good beginning to the year as I have been invited to show at the Parallax Air Fair that is to be held in Kensington Town Hall this weekend.  So the car is all packed and I’m off to London tomorrow. As you know I make sculpture for the country home basically because […]

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Sculpting can be dusty

Well the last few weeks have been filled with finishing the pheasants in clay.  Then because I seem to be getting manic about ‘line’ I cast them in plaster and am able to get a better ‘feel’ for the shape.  Here is a pheasant being rubbed down – next to the mothermould – the dust […]

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Getting ready for WFO17

Well to start off WFO17 is short for Wexford Festival Opera 2017 and I am exhibiting in Clayton White’s Hotel from Friday 20th October everyday until  Sunday 5th November. As you know I am concentrating on sculpture for the country home and this year I shall be presenting a hen and cock pheasant – you […]

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Hello from Gilly

  Firstly thank you for finding my website. I am presuming (cheekily) that you are interested in sculpture and especially sculpture for the country home. I started rather late in life by taking myself back to college, aged 50, and studying sculpture at The Frink (School of Figurative Sculpture) and then Stafford University Fine Arts […]

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