As one of the oldest forms of art, sculpture still continues to fascinate and engage us. From traditional techniques to modern digital practices, Zealous artists are continually pushing the boundaries of their medium.

Here are 14 sculptors to watch.

Aphra L Z O'Connor

Aphra’s work celebrates the enduring British industries through a range of sculpture, print and ceramic works, usually including discarded items that have been collected together and re-imagined in abstract three-dimensional collages.

Bradley Morgan Johnson

With a background as an architectural draughtsman, Bradley decided to retrain in film and game pre-production, studying nature and sculpture in traditional and digital media.

Bradley Morgan Johnson

With a background as an architectural draughtsman, Bradley decided to retrain in film and game pre-production, studying nature and sculpture in traditional and digital media.

Alejandra Zermeno

With an education in Visual Arts, solo and group exhibitions around the world, and a whole host of awards, Alejandra’s work demands to be seen.

Sian Dorman

Sian is a freelance textile designer and artist based in North London, working with multi-media and materials.

Sian Dorman

Sian is a freelance textile designer and artist based in North London, working with multi-media and materials.

Grace Erskine Crum

Grace is a Fine Art graduate from Leeds College of Art, whose work focuses on sculpture in the human form. Her work is about challenging the viewer through the use of space, material and form.

Mark Goldby

Mark makes uncanny objects and strange organic forms, work that points to the visceral and chthonic yet remains entirely man-made, constructed out of digital images, plastic and wax.

Valuing tactility in his sculptural processes and choosing materials that can be shaped and formed by hand, Mark relies on his creative instinct to mould.

Mark Goldby

Mark makes uncanny objects and strange organic forms, work that points to the visceral and chthonic yet remains entirely man-made, constructed out of digital images, plastic and wax.

Valuing tactility in his sculptural processes and choosing materials that can be shaped and formed by hand, Mark relies on his creative instinct to mould.

Marc Hericher

Marc is a director and artist living and working in Paris. Marc expresses himself in a language full of strangeness and symbolism, with an artistic approach that explores the new possibilities of digital sculpture and 3D printing.

Francesca Toomey

Frankie is a conceptual figurative sculptor living and working in London, whose work focuses on simulating her own memories into a physical format. This allows the audience to experience Frankie’s own emotions when viewing specific moments of her life.

Francesca Toomey

Frankie is a conceptual figurative sculptor living and working in London, whose work focuses on simulating her own memories into a physical format. This allows the audience to experience Frankie’s own emotions when viewing specific moments of her life.

James Nicholl

James is a musician and fine art sculptor based in London, UK. He was also a winner of our Zealous X open call and exhibited at Bargehouse in 2016!

Anna Whittall

Anna studied Photography for five years at Plymouth College of Art, and has recently completed an MA in Contemporary Art Practice. She currently builds theatre sets for productions all over the UK.

Anna Whittall

Anna studied Photography for five years at Plymouth College of Art, and has recently completed an MA in Contemporary Art Practice. She currently builds theatre sets for productions all over the UK.

Hollie MacKenzie

Hollie explores the notion of the impossible Utopia by creating her own version of dystopian landscapes in the form of sculpture and installation.

Jake Mitchell

Jake is an assemblage sculptor, working with found and manipulated objects, creating balanced forms that emphasise weight and composition.

Jake Mitchell

Jake is an assemblage sculptor, working with found and manipulated objects, creating balanced forms that emphasise weight and composition.

Matthew Kay

Matthew makes assemblage sculptures, collage diagram poems on paper and artists’ books. His sculpture work is an ongoing exploration of the territory between faith and superstition.

Moman

Moman is a painter, sculptor and installation artist. After studying art and design in London, their art is further influenced by a career in advertising, real estate and bond trading, with artwork that reacts to today’s consumer driven society with irony and humour.

Moman

Moman is a painter, sculptor and installation artist. After studying art and design in London, their art is further influenced by a career in advertising, real estate and bond trading, with artwork that reacts to today’s consumer driven society with irony and humour.

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