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Annie Field Blue Winged Apollo, bronze resin, editon 2 of 9, 112 x 87 cmsAnnie came to sculpture late in life after thirty years as an interior designer. Along with Jane Churchill, she presented ITV's Finishing Touches, one of the first interior design programs to be filmed in the UK and America. Having studied at the Sculpture Academy in London for four years, Annie now works from her studio in Devon. She produces a wide range of figurative and abstract sculptures, paintings and drawings, many created with organic materials. She is an accomplished portrait sculptress and has recently completed portrait commissions of Bernard Levin, David Moorhouse, the outgoing chairman of Lloyds Register, and Sammy Ofer, whose bust is on display in the new wing of the National Maritime Museum. Recent exhibitions include Ashcombe Art in Devon, South West Academy of Fine and Applied Arts in the Goss Gallery in Exeter, Chelsea Art Society in Chelsea Town Hall and the South West Academy of Sculptors Exhibition in Dartingdon this July. She is a member of the Chelsea Arts Society and the South West Sculptors Association and an Academician of the South West Academy of Fine and Applied Arts. Click here to view more work by Annie Field