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Dave CookeToucan, ceramic and steel, 200 cmsDave has been a professional wildlife artist since graduating from Leeds University in 1992 with a degree in 3D Design. He grew up in East Anglia with ready access to clay thanks to his mother Rosemarie Cooke, who is also a ceramic sculptor. His real love is animal subjects. He manages to extract their salient features and his work is often imbued with a sense of humour. Domestic animals hold little appeal for him and he prefers to tackle more adventurous subjects such as crabs, dinosaurs and gorillas, and in particular reptiles and exotic birds. Dave is a selected member of Anglian Potters where he gives workshops and has exhibited in prestigious venues throughout the UK. Click here to view more work by Dave Cooke