The Royal Society of Sculptors champions sculpture and the artists who create it. We are committed to making the full range of contemporary practice accessible to all and also to promoting high professional and creative standards. 

As such, our work is overseen by our governing body, the Council, which elects the majority of its members from our community of artists. The remaining members are drawn from other professions and contribute expertise across a range of fields.

Chaired by the President, the Council comprises the Vice President, the Treasurer and up to nine others, all elected for a three-year term.

The Council is responsible for defining the Society’s strategic vision, policy, procedures and programme. The sculptor members of Council also review applications to the Society and select new members.

President - 
Clare Burnett PRSS

Clare Burnett is a site-responsive artist based in London.  She makes pared-down, abstract artworks which encourage people to engage visually and conceptually with their surroundings. Previous projects include installations of works in West Norwood and Brompton Cemeteries, street works and paintings in Le Corbusier’s Unite d’Habitation, as well as being artist-in-residence at Leighton House Museum where she had a major solo show.  

Clare Burnett PRSS

Vice President
 - Julian Wild VPRSS

Julian Wild’s work explores the relationship between drawing and sculpture through the use of a wide variety of materials and surface finishes. He has been commissioned to make sculptures for organisations including Cass Sculpture Foundation, Jerwood Sculpture Park and Fidelity Investments. He has held solo exhibitions at Canary Wharf, William Benington Gallery, Burghley House, Maddox Arts, Leighton House Museum, Spitalfields Square and Modern Art Oxford. He won The Millfield Sculpture Prize in 2005 and was awarded the 3 year Chelsea Arts Club Trust, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Studio Bursary in 2009. He runs the touring communal sculpture project Making the Connection and was the founding member of ForumArts.

Julian wild


Ben Joseph (Treasurer)
Katherine Ashton
Ros Burgin MRSS
Alice Cunningham MRSS
Alexandra Harley MRSS
Rob Olins FRSS
Bill Price
Edwina Sassoon
Amy Stephens MRSS
Richard Stone FRSS