I’m a sculptor with a slightly wicked sense of humour who relishes the idea of being up to no good, of looking at things with a mischievous glint in my eye…
My body of work combines a variety of materials, from electronic parts to semi-precious stones, to monumental bronzes.
I aim to be moving and wryly amusing at the same time, producing pieces that are intricately crafted and beautiful to look at.
All artworks: © Steven Gregory administered by DACS 2016
Steven Gregory was born in South Africa in 1952 but has lived in London since the 1960’s.
He studied sculpture at St Martins School of Art. Gregory’s determination to engage with tools and to learn traditional skills led him also to complete a full stonemason’s apprenticeship in which capacity he subsequently worked on Westminster Abbey and many other notable historic buildings.
Gregory has exhibited widely both in the UK and globally, including Germany, France, Italy, Iceland, USA and Czech Republic. His work is held in both Private and Public Collections.
Currently Steven Gregory is working on a range of jewellery. Multi disciplinary, he works comfortably across a very wide range of materials from precious metals, bronze, human bones through mixed media to Perspex and more.
In the Summer of 2016 Gregory exhibited with Pangolin, Chalford UK in Jubilee, a celebration of their 25 Anniversary. In 2015 his monumental sculpture in bronze: One of Us on a Tricycle, bought by the Gateway Foundation, has been installed in a public space in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
In the Autumn of 2015 Gregory will be exhibiting in Christmas Cracker, Gallery Pangolin, Chalford UK. At the end of 2014 and into 2015 Gregory exhibited in Sculptor’s Jewellery at Pangolin Gallery, London. In the Summer of 2014 Gregory’s long association with Felix Dennis, publisher and poet extraordinaire, came to a close with delivery of Gregory’s over life-size bronze sculpture of Blues artist Robert Johnson. Felix Dennis died a few days later. In the autumn of 2014 Gregory exhibited at Crucible 2 in Gloucester Cathedral with Pangolin. In 2012-13 Gregory’s work was featured in Freedom Not Genius! Works from Damien Hirst’s Murderme Collection, Pinacoteca Agnelli, Turin. In 2010-2011 Gregory exhibited in Decadence NOW! Visions of Excess at Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic. In 2007 Gregory had a solo exhibition Steven Gregory, Bone Stone Bronze at the Nicholas Robinson Gallery in New York. In 2006-2007 Damien Hirst, who has been a collector of Gregory’s work since 2002, included some of Gregory’s skull sculptures in his Murderme exhibition In the darkest hour there may be light at the Serpentine Gallery, London. In 2005-2006 Gregory held a solo exhibition Skulduggery with Cass Sculpture Foundation. In 2002 he exhibited in Thinking Big, 21st Century British Sculpture, at the Peggy Guggenheim Museum, Venice. Whilst also, in the same year, exhibiting in Animal Fantastique at Les Amis du Donjon de Vez, Paris, La Parade des Animaux at the International Festival of Sculpture, Monte Carlo and Sterling Stuff, Works in Silver at Gallery Pangolin, Chalford, UK.
Steven Gregory is also a regular exhibitor at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition in London and continues to maintain a strong presence of work at the Cass Sculpture Foundation, West Sussex.
Steven Gregory is available for commissions
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Steven: 0773 6711 413
Studio 2, Building F, located in the car park
The Chocolate Factory, Clarendon Road, N22 6XJ