David Ivey Sculpture

At Sculpture Gallery we are pleased to showcase the fabulous work of David Ivey. Amongst our collection are solid bronze signed limited edition pieces which are drawn from editions of just 75 and 100 pieces. Each piece of Ivey's work perfectly captures the beauty and essence of the subject and is a wonderful celebration of British wildlife. We have no doubt that you will be drawn to these enchanting sculptures.

About artist David Ivey

David Ivey was born on a farm in Kent and then grew up in rural mid-Wales. It is therefore no surprise that he takes his inspiration from nature. He always revelled in the variety of wildlife on his doorstep and developed a passion for the birds and animals that he saw. As a child he was always drawing, even in the classes at school when he shouldn't have been! This may have got him into trouble with his teachers from time to time but ultimately enabled him to develop his artistic skills.

Ivey's artistic career began when he gained a qualification in Industrial Ceramics from Hereford College of Art before pursuing a career in china producing bone china figurines. At this time he began sculpting wildlife and his passion for depicting nature began to take over. David Ivey started to work as a self-employed sculptor and created pieces for the giftware industry but was to become an internationally renowned sculptor and artist whose work is much admired and collected today.

Nothing captivated the young David Ivey more than his art and he still feels the same way today. Ivey is still always drawing and creating and likes to work every day. He mainly works outdoors and continues to enjoy a rural lifestyle in West Hertfordshire where he now resides with his wife. He is surrounded by horses, cows and the beauty of nature in the shadow of the Black Mountains.

At Sculpture Gallery we are proud to feature some great pieces of David Ivey sculpture. Please check back often as we may have new pieces become available. If you have any questions then please get in contact.

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