I am Amy Goodman, A.S.E.A, Sculptor and Portrait Artist based at Project Workshops in Hampshire. I started drawing and sculpting from a young age, and having ridden all my life, horses have always been a passion and feature frequently in my work.
I recently had my life-size Romsey War Horse Memorial Unveiled by Princess Anne, in Romsey, on 3rd July 2015. My maquette of this piece won the B.S.A.T best sculpture award at the 2013 'Society of Equestrian Artists' Exhibition.
This year I was honoured to sculpt the perpetual 'Hannah Francis Award' (see right). Hannah was an inspirational girl who captured the equestrian communities hearts. Her Legacy will live on as will 'Hannah's Willberry Wonder Pony' charity.
I have also commenced my role as ‘Artist in Residence’ at Winchester University.
My strength is my ability to work with a diversity of materials and scale, and I love working with clients on a commissioning basis, both for the public and private sphere. From Memorials to large garden sculpture, a portrait of your child or favourite pet, a balustrade for a staircase, or something completely different, I can create a piece of work uniquely for you. Please take a look at my work and feel free to contact me.
“As long as I can remember I have drawn and sculpted animals, particularly horses. 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.”
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