This blog is written by Richard Woolfenden: teacher, film producer and eclectic blogger about stuff. All the views expressed in this blog are my own.
Tuesday, 9 July 2013
Richard Broderick Sculptor
Richard Broderick is a sculptor based in the North East of England. Many of his sculptures explore Richard's deep interest in both human, and animal, forms and his experimental merging of the two. This short film is about Richard's approach to his craft and includes film of some of his public art commissions that can be found in North and South Shields, Whitley Bay and Blyth.
I've known Richard since we were kids. Richard's skill as a draughtsman was obvious to see when we were at school. This film was an opportunity for me to catch up with my good friend and try and capture the man and his intriguing body of three dimensional work.
I hope you enjoy the film.
More information about Richard's creations can be found on his website: www.richardbrodericksculptor.co.uk
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Labels: art, artist, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, North East, Richard Broderick, sculptor
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