By robmulholland, 15-Apr-2013 07:30:00
I am pleased to announce my first sculpture installation in Germany at Mainau Island - Konstanz, Baden-Württemberg. This installation of seven mirrored figures titled ' The Searchers ‘is set in an intriguing and atmospheric part of the island. I have worked in close collaboration with the curators to create this installation.
The island gardens created by the late Prince Lennart, is one of the main tourist attractions of Lake Constance with over a million visitors each year. The installation will be installed on the 10th of May 2013 and will be open to the public until the end of October 2013.
By robmulholland, 07-Apr-2013 19:55:00
After several months of planning both here in Scotland and in France I am pleased to announce my participation in ‘ Les Envies Rhonements ‘ This exciting arts festival is one of the events taking part this year to celebrate Marseille / Provence European City of Culture.
Artists from all over European are creating site specific art installations from May onwards with the main festival and performances from the 19th – 28th July 2013.
I have been invited by the festival director Francoise LEGER to create installations in three different locations near the Rhone River in the heart of the Camargue in Southern France. My new installations will be premiered on the 15th of May and will be open to the public until the end of September 2013.
2013 : grands chemins d'ENVIES RHÔNEMENTS
A l’occasion de Marseille/Provence 2013, capitale culturelle européenne, les Envies Rhônements présenteront une édition amplifiée dans le delta du Rhône qui aura pour nom grands chemins d’ENVIES RHÔNEMENTS. Elle rejoindra en particulier trois thématiques développées par MP2013 et la commune d’Arles : « promeneurs, nomades, territoires », « le partage de l’eau » et « l’art dans l’espace public
New Installations :
Infinity knows no reason
Sentinels of the sea
Born of the river
By robmulholland, 06-Mar-2013 13:22:00
I've spent the past six weeks at Glasgow Sculpture Studios creating a commissioned sculpture for a new woodland park on the outskirts of Airdrie. The sculpture titled ' Skytower ' is 6 metres high and made from nearly 2000 metres of round metal bar. Each bar has been cut and shaped to resemble willow and tree branches. It's taken almost 7,000 welds to construct the metal sculpture with each piece of bar delicately interwoven to form the shape.
The sculpture represents the struggle between man – made structures and the kinetic forces of nature, as in an instant the tower is blown away with a sudden gust of wind scattering the branches to the ground. The exact moment is re-created and held as if time has been momentarily frozen.
By robmulholland, 07-Jan-2013 15:33:00
Rawyards Artwork Commission – Airdrie, Scotland
I am delighted to have been selected to create a new landmark sculpture which will overlook the town of Airdrie in Central Scotland. This is a very exciting project developed by The Forestry Commission as part of the ‘ Woods In and Around Towns ’ [ WIAT ] programme to create a new woodland park of over 40 hectares for the local community in what is currently unused land.
The viewpoint over the town has been identified and the new sculpture will create the central landmark feature for the project. Development drawings have been submitted and the final sculpture is envisaged to be over 5 metres high. In addition to making the sculpture I am really pleased to be working with two of the local schools, St Serfs RC and Clarkson Primary and Nursery School to develop sculpture workshops projects and awareness of Art and Design.
The completed sculpture will be installed in March 2013
By robmulholland, 05-Nov-2012 08:40:00
Current Exhibition 2012
I have just finished making some really detailed small mirrored figures in stainless steel for this group show open to the public until early next year. Really interesting to see the change in scale. These small figures are available for sale on the shop section on the home page.
' West Dean Gallery's annual exhibition, Effervescence IV, 28 November until 14 February. The show is a perfect opportunity for seasoned collectors and first-time buyers to purchase the work of some of the strongest new talent in designing and making from around the world, and to discover unique and distinctive work, as well as buying individually made items to one off works of art '.
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