Our Sculptors

Christine Charlesworth MRSS

Figurative and portrait sculpture that shows life and natural movement together with spirit and personality, working in clay to cast in bronze or, more recently, working in steel to create laser cut-outs for installations. 2020/21 three public portrait figures: Greta Thunberg, Dame Ethel Smyth & Emily Wilding Davison.
Contact telephone
01483 416362
Discipline
Conceptual
Figurative / Realism
Installation / Land / Site-specific
Portraiture
Material
Bronze
Fiberglass/Plastic/Resin
Metal (other)
Steel
Region
South East

 The sculptural form, especially the human body, always at the forefront of her art. Since 2000 has concentrated on her career as a sculptor. Chosen as an official artist by BT leading up to and including 2012 Olympics. Portrait of Paralympic basketball player Ade Adepitan in Jubilee Square, Woking. 1.8m Female Sprinter in Hong Kong.Since 2000 has completed 21 Public Commissions and 46 Private Commissions together with a number of limited edition pieces. 2016 Commission, Installation of 72 laser cut-outs in stainless steel on either side of 43 metre fence in central Guildford depicting everyday people of the town. 2019 2.5 meter tall double-sided stainless steel cut-out portrait figure for Runnymede.  Double-sided steel cut out of two sailors depicted as1916 and 2016 for Woodland Trust Jutland Commemorative Grove. Portrait figures in bronze 2020 -2021 2.3 meters tall Dame Ethel Smyth for Woking. Seated life-size portrait figure of Emily Wilding Davison for Epsom and Life-size standing portrait figure of Greta Thunberg for Winchester University.
Christine works from her studio near Godalming, Surrey and she is also an elected member of the UK Society of Women Artists and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.