Ricky Swallow is known for intricately and attentively crafted sculptural works, often combining contemporary imagery with art historical references, and the traditional notion of nature morte.
His current bronze works extend this practice while reflecting the more recent influences of twentieth century design, studio ceramics and the inventiveness of folk art.
This new publication surveys Ricky Swallow’s ongoing body of bronze sculpture made since 2010, and features an essay by Michael Ned Holte. Designed by A Practice for Everyday Life.
Stuart Shave Modern Art / Darren Knight Gallery