Royal Academy Schools 2019
What and who are we?
Paul Cox Sculpture was created By Paul in 1999 after graduating from the Royal Academy Schools in London. This means that Paul is part of a select few artists that have been trained at the R.A going all the way back to 1768, joining an exclusive list of artists trained at the schools such as John Constable, J. W. M. Turner and William Blake to name a few. Paul makes one off sculptures that he exhibits in museums and galleries around the world. He also has a range of affordable high quality handmade sculptural items for your home and garden.
Paul is a master craftsman and sculptor. When working on large scale commissions Paul was often asked if he made small scale work for the home and garden.
With this in mind he developed a range of affordable items so that everybody could have a little piece of sculpture in their home and garden.
Paul utilised his broad knowledge of materials and finishes to create a range of sculptures inspired by nature and simple scandinavian style.
The home and garden range complements any environment, from compact urban to country cottage and beyond. All his sculptures are handmade in Newhaven on the sunny south coast crafted by Paul and his creative team!
If you would like to discuss an idea or commission, please get in touch with paul and he will be happy to discuss it with you.
Whether you are buying as a gift or a treat for yourself, you can rest assured that each piece has been loving designed and crafted by our team of artists.
Design of all products are undertaken by Paul himself, an award winning, Royal academy alumni, Paul graduated from the Royal academy schools in 1999 and has been sculpting ever since.
Take a look below at our collections of seed pods and flower stems, they are sure to bring colour and interest, even on the darkest wintery days.
Can't see exactly what you are looking for? Or wanting something personalised? Just ask for something bespoke.
You are at the centre of our business, here at Paul Cox Sculpture we welcome feedback, to ensure you get the maximum enjoyment from your artwork.