Paul Jenkins is known and loved, not only in the UK but across the globe, for his animal sculptures. His artwork brings together his dual passions of creativity and nature. Paul Jenkins' sculptures proceed at first from his own engagement with nature and his love of wildlife. He often takes inspiration from direct observation out in the British countryside. Many of the animals you see in his sculptures such as rabbits, foxes, mice, cats and dogs have deep roots in reality and experience before they are creatively translated into sculpture.
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Paul Jenkins Bronze Sculptures
Coming from the West Midlands, Paul nurtured his talent studying at Dudley College of Art. At first he regularly worked with wood before he found joy with ceramics and bronze. It was really in bronze that Paul found his best fit. The fine details of Paul Jenkins' lovingly precise small studies of animal life lend themselves to bronze. This is primarily due to the way that it can hold texture in a timelessly appealing way. His charming artwork brings a perennial countryside vibrancy into the home. Paul Jenkins resin sculptures or cold cast bronze are also available for a range of his artworks.
Beautiful Animal Sculptures - Hares, Cats, Dogs & More
Paul is perhaps best known for his hare sculptures, but each one of his animal inspired sculptures are as charming and eye-catching as the last. Some of his pieces take an individual animal as their subject, whilst others show the interaction between two animals. It is as though in each case Paul is able to tap into the inner animal spirit of these beautiful creatures and distil this essence into a compact and detailed creation.
Eye-Catching & Characterful
Just as his sculptures come from an authentic empathetic connection to animal life, they also express a little bit of Paul's own character. In this way, his sculptures are a mixture of characteristics from the the hares, rabbits, dogs and cats, and the highly creative human viewer rejoicing in the spectacle. This mix of impressionistic stylisation and realism is captivating, as you can always feel the love and excitement that this extremely skilled sculptor has for the natural world and all its wonderful inhabitants.