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Christopher, Ann locked

RA 1989 (ARA 1980); FRBS

Born 4 Dec. 1947; d of late William and Phyllis Christopher; m 1969, Kenneth Cook

sculptor

Education

Harrow School of Art (pre-Diploma); West of England College of Art (DipAD Sculpture)

Career

RWA, 1983–2010; FRBS 1992. Represented by Pangolin London. Prizewinner, Daily Telegraph Young Sculptors Competition, 1971; Arts Council grants, 1973–76; Silver Medal for Sculpture of Outstanding Merit, RBS, 1994. Exhibitions include: RA Summer Exhibns, 1971–; Oxford Gallery, Oxford, 1973, 1974, 1978; Dorset County Mus. and Art Gall. (retrospective), 1989; Victoria Art Gall., Bath, 1992; Courcoux & Courcoux, 1991, 1999; Sculpture 93, London, 1993; Summer Exhibns, Redfern Gall., 1995, 1996; solo exhibitions: Redfern Gall., 1997; Jubilee Park, Canary Wharf, 2004; The Power of Place, RA, 2008; Pangolin, London, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019; The Lines of Time, RA, 2016; Ballinglen Arts Foundn, Co. Mayo, 2018. Work in Collections: Bristol City Art Gallery; Contemporary Arts Soc.; Chantrey, London; Glynn Vivian Art Gall., Swansea; RWA; British Mus.; Gruss & Co., NY; RA; Corcoran Art Gall., Washington; Pallant House Gall., Chichester; Royal Collection, Windsor Castle. Commissions: 3½m bronze, Tower Bridge Rd, London, 1990; 4½m bronze, Castle Park, Bristol, 1993; 2.3m bronze, Washington, USA, 1994; 4.8m corten steel, Plymouth, 1996; 2.3m bronze, Linklaters & Paines, London, 1997; 3m bronze, Great Barrington, Mass, USA, 1998; 5.5m corten steel, Portmarine, 2001; 2.2m bronze, Cordes, France, 2002; medal for British Art Soc., 2004; 12 bronzes, Kings Place, London, 2008; 2m bronze, Rwenzori Sculpture Foundn, Uganda, 2017

Publications

Ann Christopher, 2016; Drawing Lines, 2016

Recreations

cinema