My sculptures are influenced by West Coast architecture called “Googie”. The origin of Googie dates to 1949, when architect John Lautner designed the West Hollywood coffee shop Googies, which had distinct architectural characteristics. Features of this Mid-Century modern style include upswept roofs, curvaceous, geometric shapes, and bold use of glass, steel and neon.
Gareth is a Welsh Sculptor originally from Holywell, North Wales. Gareth also became a member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors in 2015. Recently he has had work on exhibition in Prague, and was also shortlisted for a large public sculpture in Corino in Turin, Italy. He has also been included in outdoor exhibitions at Birtley House in Guilford, the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens in Hampshire as well as Tarpey Gallery in Castle Donington and the Walker Galleries in Harrogate. Recently, Gareth has created a series of works for Michael O’hare’s restaurant The Man Behind The Curtain in Leeds. Gareth’s Sculpture is based on American west coast architecture call ...
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