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Colin Figue: Eyes of the Beholder / In-between Worlds. Sculpture commissions in India.

In 2012 Colin Figue was invited to make two medium size sculptures, in black granite from the south of India, commissioned through the private patronage of Paresh Saraiya, a Vadodara based collector and industrialist. Made with the assistance of young Nepalese sculptor Deepak Rasailly, they were installed in Saraiya’s garden. A sculpture by Figue had previously been commissioned … Continue reading

Colin Figue: Smoking Mirror’s Return. Belize Sculpture Symposium 2011

Colin Figue’s second public commission in Central America was an intense and challenging experience within a unique working environment where seven international artists were invited to make monumental stone sculptures for the Belize Sculpture Symposium 2011 to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Belizean Independence. Figue was inspired by the savage beauty and empowered dynamics of Pre Columbian sculpture … Continue reading

Belize Sculpture Symposium: 12 November – 10 December 2011

British sculptor Colin Figue is one of seven International Sculptors selected to make monumental stone sculptures for the Belize Sculpture Symposium 2011 to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Belizean Independence. The symposium will focus on the theme of independence to explore the role of young Belizean people, responsible for the ‘new Belize’. Young Belizean artists will … Continue reading