Maxine Farmer is an emerging sculptor primarily (but not exclusively) focused on figurative work. A British citizen who divides her time between the UK and France, Maxine is also a member of the Oxford Sculptors Group and the Visual Artists Association. She has been mainly focused recently on private commissions but now seeks broader awareness of her work among a wider audience and so is looking to exhibit more in 2024. Maxine’s speciality is capturing energy and emotion — those fleeting, ephemeral moments — as permanent 3D memories.
She has studied at St Martin’s, the V&A, and Tate Britain in London and also had one-to-one tuition and has collaborated with Beatrice Hoffman, the celebrated Oxfordshire-based sculptor. Previously shortlisted for the International Emerging Artists Awards for two years consecutively, Maxine has exhibited in the UK and her works are owned by collectors in the US, UK and Europe.
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