Our Sculptors

Dallas Collins MRSS

Art & science has always played an important part within Dallas' work whether it’s science fiction or science fact. His sculptural work explores a diverse range of concepts and is made out of a variety of materials that include wood, foam, bronze and glass.
Contact telephone
Found Objects
Metal (other)
South West

The world depicted in Dallas' work has a sense of fluidity, and a commonality,where everything could be made of the same substance. There is always a feeling that matter;while temporarily taking on certain forms, could be transient and capable of morphing into something else. This evidence gives the viewer a sense of wonderment of the things that sometimes reside behind the mirror and not always in front.

Dallas Collins was born in Lichfield, Staffordshire. He now lives and works in Bristol and has been creating his distinctive sculptural work for over twenty years from his studio at BV studios in the heart of Bristol. He studied art and sculpture at Norwich School of Art and then at the Royal College of art, Battersea. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including USA, Italy and Royal West of England Academy. He was shortlisted for the Jerwood sculpture prize in 2007 and in 2008 he was commissioned by Barratt Homes of Bristol to produce a major public art piece 'Ocular Gate'. In 2018 Dallas was selected and became an academician of the Royal West of England Academy of Art, Bristol.