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Eoghan Bridge













Eoghan Bridge




Eoghan Bridge creates evocative sculptures with a delicate blue or green finish, often thoughtful but at the same time strong and of the moment with a unique style of his own.

His sculptures explore the relationship and composition between horse and rider, and the human figure. He produces sculptures in bronze, ceramic, resin and aluminium.

He has received awards and commissions including wall sculptures for the P&O Cruise ship Ventura, an over sized equestrian bronze for Rutland Court in Edinburgh and was awarded the 'Ireland Alloys Award' from the Royal Scottish Academy.



Eoghan Bridge's sculpture is on show at various galleries throughout the United Kingdom. He has taken part in many group and solo exhibitions.

Eoghan Bridge was born in Edinburgh. He now lives and works in a small market town in Yorkshire.

Following his degree show in 1985, he exhibited with the Duncalfe Galleries, Harrogate where the art critic for the Evening Standard, Brian Sewell, praised Eoghan's work and added a bronze sculpture to his own art collection.

Eoghan has two large bronze public sculptures in the city of Edinburgh at Rutland Court Horse & Rider and Silvermills Horse~Rider~Eagle.

He produces his sculpture in bronze, ceramic and resin bronze & aluminium and his work explores the relationship and the composition between the horse & rider, despite its rich history in the world of art, it is a relationship that Eoghan feels he can explore further. Another focus of Eoghan's work is the human figure and the abstract form.
















Born

1963

Edinburgh


Studied

1985

Harrogate College of Art & Leeds Polytechnic (fine art degree)


Awards

1988

Awarded a commission to design and produce the 'Yorkshire Television Press Awards'


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