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Maxine Farmer

Maxine’s passion for sculpture stems from a fascination with capturing energy, emotion and fleeting ephemeral moments as permanent 3D memories. Most of her work is figurative, but she also loves sculpting animals and scenes from nature. Maxine creates her original sculptures in clay, plaster, or mixed media, and many are turned into cold-cast bronzes. She has also been building a portfolio of bas relief.

So far in 2024, Maxine has:
- Been shortlisted for the inaugural Visual Artists Association Artist of the Year Award
- Had her Reader (large version) sculpture selected by the Royal Society of British Artists for their prestigious annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries
- Has sculptures on show at the Cotswold Sculpture Park until the end of September
- Selected as an exhibitor for the Cookham Sculpture Festival at the Odney Club until May 19
- Had six sculptures selected for exhibition at the Leander Club, with the Oxford Sculptors Group, as part of Henley Arts Trail (May 4-6)
- Is exhibiting/selling in the Crypt at St Martins in the Field, as part of an event to support the 118 Keys charity.

Shortlisted for the International Emerging Artists Awards for three consecutive years, Maxine is a member of the Oxford Sculptors Group, Surrey Sculpture Society, and the Visual Artists Association. Until recently focused primarily on private commissions, Maxine now seeks to share her work with a broader audience.

Like many sculptors, Maxine is largely self-taught through trial and error, but she has also studied sculpture and art at St Martin’s, the V&A, and Tate Britain in London, received individual tuition from Beatrice Hoffman, and completed a year- long bas-relief masterclass. She divides her time between Henley-on-Thames and the South of France.

Maxine Farmer
Maxine Farmer




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