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Catherine ClancyThe Interior Angel, bronze, artist's copy, edition of 11, 122 x 45 cms Catherine works both as a sculptor and a painter. She studied Sculpture at Central St. Martins before becoming the student of the French sculptor, Jean Touret, who did the altar piece in Notre Dame. Over the last two decades she has periodically worked in Jean's studio in the Loire. At present she is finishing her PhD at the University of the Arts London on Poiesis and Obstruction, specializing in painting. Her work is concerned with the emergence of images on the surface, influenced by archaeology and philosophically preoccupied with the concept of Poiesis - that is the process of making and the creation of beauty from the immaterial. Click here to view more work by Catherine Clancy