Figurative / Realism



Mixed media




South West


Sadie Brockbank makes figurative sculptures which explore themes of cooperation, journey and our relationship to the natural environment.  

Sadie has always been an experimental maker, and continues to use a wide variety of mediums; principally ceramics, bronze, mixed media, including paper pulp and textiles: “Moving between different mediums helps me to maintain a feeling of discovery and immediacy when I am working. It keeps play alive, which I have found to be essential for my creativity”.

Sadie's work is an expression of connectedness and her love for the natural world.

Sadie Brockbank graduated with honours from Falmouth School of Art in 1987. Sadie has been a member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors since 2013, and has shown at the Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition, most recently in 2013. In 2015 Sadie was a finalist in the Royal British Society of Sculptors Public Art Award, 'First @ 108', one of five runners up. She has exhibited widely in the South of England and has work in private collections in the UK, Holland, and in the United States.