Tony Stallard

Tony Stallard

To explain briefly my current work involves mixed media with light for exhibitions, urban sculpture trails and sculptural commissions. All of these works are site-specific light sculptures. In regard to the commissions, these involve architectural and engineering collaborations. I am fully versed in all aspects required for Public Art Projects.

My professional practise with public art
has given me a full working knowledge of community arts, collaborative projects, both with other artists and with the general public as well as co ordination of these type of works towards finalisation. This usually requires discussion and collaboration when implementing artworks and the responsibility that comes for realising these projects.

Some Examples:
'Genesis' Sculptural Installation, (Hart 2001, Hull)
'Angel' Artist Residency (Nykarleby Finland)
'The Frankenstein Project' Public Artwork (Blackpool Promenade)
'Drop in the Ocean' RDSS Beacon Museum (Cumbria) a work just recently finished that is touring Cumbria.Influences
Scientific research, film, contemporary art in generalCareer path
Artistic Education:
1996/97 Tower Hamlets College, Digital Image Manipulation
1995 Duncan of Jordanstone, College of Art, M.F.A. Public Art
1991/93 Wimbledon School of Art, London, M.A. Site Specific Sculpture
1986/89 Camberwell School of Art, London, B.A. Hons Fine Art (2-1)
1984/86 Chelsea School of Art. London, H.N.D. Mural Design
1976/77 Walthamstow College of Art and Design, London, Foundation Course

2002/04 R.D.S.S. Cumbria Arts 'Drop in the Ocean', Mixed Media Event
2002 Vaasa Konsthall, Finland 'Angel', Mixed Media, Neon and Digital Film
2001 Hart 2001, Hull 'Genesis' Mixed Media with Neon
2000/01 Blackpool Promenade, 'The Frankenstein Project', Blackpool Borough Council, Mixed Media with neon
1999/00 Plowden and Thompson Glass Quarter, ‘Void’ Neon sculptural Installation, Dudley County Council
2000 Hook Van Holland 'Across the Border', Sculptural installation mixed media with neon, Essex Arts, British and Rotterdam Arts Council
1999 Gracefield Arts Centre, 'subverted suburbia.', Sculptural installation lead and neon, Dumfries and Galloway Arts Council
1998 Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, 'Mutant' Neon and Mixed Media, Scottish Arts Council
1998/99 Paddington Arts Centre, ‘Double Helix’, Neon Light Commission, London Arts Board - Lottery Commission, For Roof Atrium
1997 Norwich Sculpture Trail, ‘Flame’, Neon Sculpture for Norwich Arts Festival, Norwich County Council
1996/97 Dick Institute, Dean Castle, Kilmarnock, 'Muse' Site Specific Sculpture, Scottish Arts Council, Granite and Neon-Robert Burns Centenary
1996 Battle of Culloden Bi-Centenary, 'Blood' Neon Installation, Inverness Council
1995 Madeley Court Gallery, Shropshire, 'New Breed' Sculptural Installation, Telford Council
1995 Wysing Arts Cambridge, Eastern Arts, 'Mercurius 2' Yorkstone and Lights
1993 Visionfest 93, Sefton Park, Liverpool, 'Trophy' Stone Commission
1993 Boyle '93' Irish Arts Festival, 'Pearl' Stone Commission
1992 Dalby Forest, Yorkshire, 'Cradle' Stone Commission

2001 Svenska Konstskolans Finland, Computer Art/Public Art
1999-present Redden Court School, Harold Wood, Teaching Art Part Time
1997/99 Bishops Hill, Adult Education Centre, Shenfield Teaching Art, Still Life and Life Drawing
1997/98 Mayflower School, Billericay - A.C.S.A. Teaching Art, Still Life and Life Drawing
1983/84 Goodwill Institute, Tokyo, Japan, Teaching English as a Foreign Language

Visiting Lectures/Seminars:
2002 Cumbria Institute of the Arts, B.A. & M.A.
2001 Svenska Konstskolans, Graduates
2000 Stourbridge College, BA & MA
1996 Dick Institute, Kilmarnock, General Public
1995 Madeley Court School, Telford, All Years Art Class
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Location Essex, East