Following a BA (Hons) degree in Fine Art, Amy Goodman has become an established sculptor and portrait artist specialising in her unique style of welded steel, bronze sculpture, and a variety of 2D work. Her work is exhibited in many well respected shows and galleries throughout the UK, Europe, and the Middle-East.
"As long as I can remember I have drawn animals, particularly horses. I studied art at A-level and then went on to do a degree course in Fine Art, where I discovered welding and sculpture on a larger scale, a challenge I relish. The character and movement of the subject matter are very important to me - a few strokes of paint, or a few lines of steel can say so much."
Amy's work has also been shown in 'Country Life' magazine as well as 'The Times', 'Cheshire-Life', 'La Dépêche' and local press. Her work is regularly seen at the annual prestigious 'Hickstead Dressage' competitions, in association with 'The British Dressage Supporters Club'.
'Amy has also exhibited at the annual S.E.A (Society of Equestrian Artists) show at the Mall Galleries in London.'
"Capturing the energy and movement, indeed the power and 'life-essence' of the horse is what I am after. I hope that my drawing and sculpture in some way conveys the equines' diversity and beauty."
Amy Goodman – Sculptor & Portrait Artist
Unit 6 Project Workshop's
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