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I am Amy Goodman S.E.A, Sculptor and Portrait Artist based at Project Workshops in Hampshire. I have recently finished another exciting commission which will be unveiled in the Spring of 2021. Crest Nicholson Plc. is undertaking the regeneration of the former Arborfield Garrison, and rebranding this newest of garden villages as Arborfield Green. The site was originally established as a horse hospital and veterinary centre for the Remount Depot, established in 1904. See video link... Crest have commissioned three life-size horses. See video link...
A rearing Cleveland Bay Gunner from WW1 will face a Sports Horse Mare and her Yearling galloping ahead of him. Past, present and future in a flowing equine installation.

I have also had the honour of sculpting a life-size Statue of an Airborne Soldier. He was unveiled on Airborne Forces Day, Saturday 6th July 2019. This bronze stands on a slab of Falklands granite gifted by the government and people of the Falkland Islands. Another project I have commenced work on is the Gurkha Memorial Project (see image), also for Aldershot. It will depict Kulbir Thapa carrying his injured comrade, a British Tommy, Bill Keightley, off the battlefield during WW1. A poignant moment in history.
I have previously sculpted 'The Romsey War Horse', 'Pegasus and Bellerophon' for the 16 Air Assault Brigade's HQ in Colchester, as well as the brave Military dog, 'Treo 63DM'. I am currently ‘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. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like to find out more...
On 20th October 2020 I have an interview coming out as part of a 'Sculpture Vulture' podcast created by Art Conservator, Lucy Branch. Such an honour. Please view the transcript at and listen to the Podcast via: 

“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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