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About Vivien MallockVivien Mallock`s treatment of bronze, is a shining example of what can be achieved by a combination of an open mind, acute observation and mastery of technique. This amalgam adds the qualities of movement, subtlety of texture and a tactile use of patination, which transforms the medium into something more than mere three-dimensional art. Vivien`s large works in Normandy, Portsmouth and Whitehall are examples of what she can achieve when given the opportunity to fill a large public space, capturing the spirit and poignancy of war and peace.
Exhibition History of Vivien MallockVivien Mallock`s Exhibitions
AFAS, The Mall Galleries, London, 2001-2006
Frank T Sabin Gallery, Albermarle Street, London 2003-2005
Society of Portrait Sculptors, Cork Street. 2001
AFAS, The Mall Galleries, London. 2001
Museum of Army Flying (AFAS), 1997-2001
Salisbury Medieval Hall (AAS), 1996-2001
Project Workshops, Hampshire. 1995-2001
Chelsea Arts Fair, London. 1999
Painters and Stainers` Hall (AFAS). 1998
Museum of Army Flying (AFAS), 1997
Bruton Street Gallery, London. 1997
Barnes Gallery. 1997
Garden door gallery, 1996-1997
Christies (AAS), London 1995-1997
Chelsea Arts Fair, London 1999
National Army Museum (AFAS). 1996
Westminster Gallery, London 1996.
Biography / CV of Vivien MallockVivien Mallock`s career as a sculptor began at the Museum of Army Flying at Middle Wallop in Hampshire. To give her work a personal touch, she sculptedportraits of individual aircrew, including John Cunningham and other celebrated fighter pilots who flew from Middle Wallop in 1940, as part of an exhibition to mark the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. These works have since become a unique feature of the Museum.
Her more recent sculptures in bronze have featured in a number of exhibitions in London and Home Counties. She became a member of the Armed Forces Art Society in 1992 and a member of the Society of Women Artists in 1993. Her portrait work was auctioned by Christies in June 1994 to raise funds for the Samaritans.
She became an Associate of the Royal Society of British Sculptors in 1998.
She is much in demand for portraits in bronze but also enjoys figurative works rely for the effect on atmosphere and movement. Having been brought up in a military family and married an Army Officer, she has a particular insight into the military character. Over the last five years, she has completed a number of original sculptures of military, installed in France and England.
Artist Statement of Vivien MallockVivien Mallock`s Personal statement.
Awards and Prizes of Vivien MallockVivien Mallock`s Awards
The Diver won Vivien the prize for the best exhibit in the ARAS annual exhibition of 1994.
Acquisitions / Collections of work by Vivien MallockVivien Mallock`s collections
HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother commission by the Royal Army Medical Corps.
HRH The Prince of Wales commissioned by the Army Air Corps.
Jamie commissioned by the Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire.
The Eagle comissioned by the Master of the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators.
The Spirit of Flight commissioned by the Army, Netheravon.
Michael Saward commissioned by the Canon Treasurer of St. Pauls Cathedral.
Monty in miniature commissioned by St. Pauls School.
The Founder commissioned by Dalau Limited.
Alex commissioned by Dr Winning.
Victoria Commissioned by Mrs Hood.
Tanga commissioned by Mr and Mrs Gumn.
Joan commissioned by Mr Montezemolo.
The Family of Four commissioned by Alberico Penati.
John Abraham commissioned by Stanbridge Earls School.
Nick and Ben commissioned by Richard Atkinson-Willes.
Joe commissioned by Mrs Haddon.
The Family Four commissioned by Simon Rasch.
Public Works of Vivien MallockVivien Mallock`s Public Commissions:-
Colleville Montgomery, Normandy commissioned by the municipality of Colleville - Monty.
Portsmouth commissioned by Portmouth City Council
Young Soldier WW2
Tidworth Commissioned by the Royal British Legion
Young Soldier WW2
Ranville, Normandy commissioned by the Airbourn Assault Normandy Trust
Maj John Howard
Merville, Normandy commissioned by the municipality of Merville
Lt Col Terence Otway
Hertfordshire Comissioned by Aldenham School
Maj Gen Richard Gale
Whitehall, London commissioned by the Royal Tank Regiment to be unveiled on the 13th June 2000.
Price Range of WorkVivien Mallock's work has a price range from £12,600 to £21,000
Mediums utilisedVivien Mallock's work is found in the following materials:
Artwork CategorisedVivien Mallock's work is found in the following categories on site:
Sculptures of females
Portrait Sculptures / Commission or Bespoke or Customised Sculptures
Dance Sculptures and Ballet Sculptures
Human Figurative Sculptures
Figurative Public Art Sculptures
Contemplative, Restful, Thougtful Sculptures
ArtParkS Sculpture Park Yearly exhibitionsVivien Mallock's work has been exhibited at the following yearly exhibitions held at the ArtParkS sculpture park:
2007 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
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