Andy Scott is noted for his monumental public art, found mostly in the UK
Andy Scott (born 1964) is a Scottish figurative sculptor, working in galvanised steel, fibreglass and cast bronze.
Biography [ edit ]
Scott graduated from
Glasgow School of Art in 1986 with a BA Hons in Fine Art Sculpture and in 1987 with a diploma in Postgraduate Studies.
His sculptural practice combines traditional dexterity and draughtsmanship with contemporary fabrication techniques, and many of his works are site specific, creating narratives and a powerful sense of place within urban developments.
Scott is based in
Maryhill, Glasgow, and specialises in public art.
Notable works [ edit ]
Cumbernauld, Scotland Rise,
Glasgow Harbour, Scotland COB. Bexley, London
Queensland, Australia Argestes Aqua, Victoria, Australia
River Spirit, Stride, Foxboy, I Can See For Miles, Journeys End, Lifeline: all
Clackmannanshire, Scotland Thanksgiving Square Beacon,
Belfast, Northern Ireland
The Kelpies, monumental horses heads completed on November 27, 2013 Falkirk, Scotland   Ibrox Disaster Memorial,
Glasgow, Scotland Heavy Horse, on
M8 Edinburgh to Glasgow motorway  Equus Altus
and The Briggate Minerva,   Trinity Leeds shopping centre, Leeds, England
Gallery [ edit ]
"COB" - Bexley, London
"Rise"- Glasgow Harbour, Glasgow, Scotland
"Thanksgiving Square Beacon" - Belfast, Northern Ireland
"Argestes Aqua" - Byron Bay, Australia
"The Briggate Minerva" - Briggate, Leeds, England, outside the
"Equus Altus" - inside Trinity Leeds , Leeds, England
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