Our Sculptors

Philip Jackson FRSS

Based in West Sussex, Philip Jackson is a leading contemporary figurative sculptor with many distinguished public sculptures as well as work in private collections around the world.
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South East

Philip Jackson is a renowned sculptor with an outstanding international reputation. He has produced some of Britain's best known public sculptures including the Bomber Command Memorial in Green Park, the national monument to the late Queen Mother in the Mall and the giant figure of Bobby Moore for Wembley Stadium.

He is also well known for his ability to convey the human condition through skillful use of body language, producing figures both imposing and operatic in their narrative and presence. Powerful and beautifully sculpted, Jackson's meticulously precise posturing of each piece creates an overwhelming sense of drama. Whether with the prestigious, figuratively detailed public monuments for which he is often commissioned or his hauntingly elegant and theatrically enigmatic gallery sculptures, Philip Jackson's work is truly awe inspiring - it never fails to move people.

Jackson lives and works in West Sussex and was appointed Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO) in the Queen's Birthday Honours list 2009.