Michael Speller

Born 1958

Art Education and Qualifications
Chelsea School of Art         1996 – 2000
Olympic Artist with the BT ‘Art Of Sport’ National Exhibition

Work Medium
Contemporary Figurative Bronze

Personal Profile
After a successful career in business, Michael made a “change of life” decision to pursue his ambition to become a sculptor. He studied at Chelsea College of Fine Art and for the past fourteen years has been working from his studio close to Tate Modern in London. His work sells to private collectors around the world.

In his work Michael draws heavily from his own personal experiences, presenting his interpretation of the human condition. Our environment, our families, our neighbours, and the society we live in – all are interlinked and interdependent. As he explores the balance between conflicting forces and emotions, his work is visually striking and reflects a passion and enthusiasm for life.

Public Commissions
Michael’s work lends itself to the large scale hence he has been sought to undertake a number of private and public commissions including a 5 m tall bronze which stands as the centrepiece of a new London hospital unit in the borough of Newham and was unveiled by the Secretary of State for Health. Michael’s work can also be seen at the other end of the country – twelve works acquired by the Loch Lomond Golf Club in Scotland await discovery inside the exclusive grounds.

Increasingly his public work can be seen globally. One of his pieces swapped places with an Antony Gormley in the South of France. Another was shipped to the USA to stand outside a law school in Philadelphia. Six new sculptures now compliment a prestigious new development in Hong Kong. Large scale works have been created for a significant collector in the Middle East and a solo show is scheduled at a Mayfair gallery in the Autumn of this year.

Michael has just completed and installed ‘Momentum lll’ outside Millbank Tower in central London next door to Tate Britain and overlooking the Thames.

He is also currently working on a sculpture that will be on public display in Cape Town South Africa.

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