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Clare TupmanZebra, stainless steel, height 175 cmsClare Tupman studied Fine Art at The Ruskin School of Drawing and St Martins but came to sculpture after years of couture dressmaking and ceramics. Starting with small pieces in bronze, she realised she wanted to create big sculptures so began to experiment with welding and stainless steel. Her aim is to create figurative work using sheets of steel. She now often uses a mixture of bronze and stainless steel to create unusual sculptures of people and animals. She has exhibited in London and Edinburgh and at the Hackwood Art Festival where she won the AA award for the best piece in the show.Click here to view more work by Clare Tupman