Rob Mulholland


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Rob Mulholland is a sculptor and environmental artist based in the United Kingdom who exhibits throughout the U.K and world-wide and undertakes both public and private commissions.



Artists Statement


My practise aims to explore all aspects of life. I'm interested in the theme of ancestry and continuity. Our world is in constant flux and our own personal lives are shaped by political and social powers beyond our control. I want to celebrate the individual, explore the resonance we have with the natural environment and convey how we are affected by the elemental forces of life and creation.



Rob Mulholland 2014



Short Biography


Rob Mulholland [ born Glasgow ] graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1986. He has exhibited work throughout the UK and Internationally.  


Recent exhibitions and commissions include :



Transmigration 17th International Sculpture Symposium, Icheon, Korea [ 2014 ].  Reflectives  Avallon , France [ 2014 ] Lest we forget  Installation for BBC London [ 2014 ]  No Boundries  Battersea Park, London [ 2014 ]




ART OVRAG Art festival, Vyksa, Russia [ 2013 ]  Envies Rhonements - Provence, France – European City of Culture [ 2013 ]  The Watchers  Mainau Island – Konstance – Germany [ 2013 ] Effervescence – West Dean Gallery – Chichester, England UK [ 2013 ] Rawyards Sculpture Commission – Forestry Commission Scotland UK [ 2013 ]


His current series of mirrored stainless steel sculptures and installations absorb their environment and reflect the constant flux of movement day by day. This relationship with nature is further explored in Mulholland's series of de-constructivist sculptures such as ‘ Skytower’ and ‘Random Act of De-constructivism‘ in which the natural forces of wind and gravity appear to re-shape the structural forms.


Rob is currently engaged as Artist in Residence for Cuningar Loop as part of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games Legacy Project.  He has been commissioned to create an  6 metre high landmark sculpture at the entrance to the new park and develop a series of art interventions with the communities in the east end of Glasgow.