Bridgnorth Sculpture Group


We are a group who meet on Thursday afternoons. We sculpt in wood and stone, but mainly in clay. We vary in age from the twenties to eighties, and are all learning new skills. Some of us have been professionally trained, some have been doing this sort of thing all their lives, and some are newcomers. Many also paint.

Yvette Appleby


I work with found objects that have a history using them to create assemblages, dioramas and mosaics. I try to use objects that have a certain age and history and the more unusual the better. Old worn toys in particular can suggest various scenarios / dioramas and constructions. I use and collect old glass domes and cases and use old frames as ‘containers’ for my work. I also have a love and interest in natural history, bones and taxidermy which I also use in my work. I hope to place my work in a garden and add a mysterious element to the environment.

Tania Holland

Tania studied Fine Art at Oxford University and has been a practicing artist for 23 years. Tania’s Gallery was established in 2008 in the Shropshire market town of Bridgnorth and relocated in 2016 to the historic Red House Glass Cone Museum and Craft Centre in Stourbridge. Tania’s humorous “Wordplay Menagerie” animal sculptures each incorporate a second motif to create a visual pun which is accompanied by a fictitious dictionary style definition. Tania has over two hundred puns to hand and offers mixed media sculpture, collage, Giglee prints and greetings cards. Commissions accepted.

Delny Fitrzyk

lythe hill view

My work is mainly inspired by travel and nature. Landscapes, views, flowers and trees are my most common subjects. Sometimes I am inspired by a small detail – the texture of bark, a shell or an interesting leaf. More recently I am enjoying working on local landscapes, dramatic skies and beautiful views. Initially, I like to use unpredictable media such as inks and dyes. I then use a variety of techniques to add detail from drawing and painting to collage and stitch. I am especially fond of free machine embroidery and use this in much the same ways as I draw.

Chris Pugh

Chris Pugh is a self-taught artist who specialises in creating clay sculptures of famous (and infamous!) people. His work is guaranteed to bring a smile and a laugh to those who view it. Including TV and film stars through the ages, sports-people and politicians, with a few local faces thrown in for good measure. His work has brought widely varying requests from a range of fans as well as special commissions for TV companies including the Graham Norton Show. Each sculpture is painstakingly created by hand, measuring around 4-5 inches. Good things come in small packages! You can find him online by searching for Have a Nice Clay.


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