Gallery and commissioned work

Should you have a need for a sculptor, we can assist by putting you in contact with a number of sculptors.

Sculptor profiles


Jody Pawley was drawn to sculpture from an early age. Although adept at different forms of sculpting, an inbuilt desire to learn how to mould and cast lead to specializing in bronze work. Apart from pursuing his own interests in experimenting with both figurative and abstract work, Jody also undertakes commissioned sculpting work, specializing in portraiture.

Jody has carried out private and public commissions including Concord RSL Memorial, Northern District Miners Memorial, Religious Icons, numerous portraits of both private and public figures and portraits of animals.


Jimmy Rix was born in Allora, Queensland, 1971. Jimmy has held twelve solo exhibitions and numerous group exhibitions. He has exhibited in Sculpture by the Sea five times and won the Clitheroe Award in the 2009 exhibition. Jimmy has been a finalist in the University of Western Sydney Art Prize, Sawmillers Art Prize, Fisher’s Ghost Art Prize and won highly commended in Aromas Art Prize at Noosa Regional Gallery.

Jimmy was an invited guest speaker at the Sculpture Conference at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in 2009. In 2008 he was invited to exhibit in the Annual Sculpture Survey Exhibition at Gomboc Sculpture Park in Western Australia.

In 2011 Jimmy is working on two large scale public sculptures for Landcom situated in Western Sydney.


Jenny says of her sculptures, “I aim to capture a moment, a movement, a place. My sculptures are ‘drawings in space’ evoking both mood and action.” While the media she uses may be industrial, her sculptures are light and airy. Her works echo the tension between companionship and solitude, and between space and material. Jenny's work has been selected for Sculpture at Sawmillers, Sculpture in the Vineyards, the Blake Prize Director’s Cut, the Willoughby Art Prize, & Avant exhibition at the Opera House. Her work is represented in corporate and private collections and she has won major prizes.


Richard is based on Sydney's northern beaches and has been practicing sculpture and landscape architecture for over 25 years.  Much of his sculptural training has been in America. He initially studied sculpture and three dimensional design at the Portland School of Art (Maine) and over the years has done workshops such as Marble carving in Colorado, Granite carving in Vermont, and Jewelry and Metals in Maine.

Currently  his focus is on the figure; joining Life Modeling and Anatomy and Physiology classes and carving a life size marble figurative commission for a Sydney College.

Richard works in a variety of mediums, visit his website to gain an overview.



Alan is an artist and a master sculptor. He has won many prizes for his works, and created a number of significant statues exhibited around Australia. They include:

  • Australian and New Zealand Soldiers on the Anzac Bridge
  • Sir Henry Parks 2.4m statue in Centennial Park
  • Three soldiers at the National Australian War Memorial, ACT
  • 2 tonne bull in World Square Sydney


Ernest’s works range from sculptures for public and private commissions in bronze, glass, steel and clay to conceptual installations utilizing found and discarded objects.

Whilst difficult to categorise artistically, due in part to the unrestrained nature of the materials he uses, and his ambivalence to any particular school, his works could be described as emblematic of his era, and loosely ranges in style from the Baroque to conceptualised Post Modernism. He offers little by way of explanation, but invites the viewer to experience a cognitive process and discourse with the work.

As Rix says, "I'm simply a figurative artist seeking to offer a visual insight into the individual’s quest for dignity and identity, and in this regard I’m interested in form, shape, movement and space. In my work, style doesn’t mean that much; it’s not that important, it’s little more than a particular artistic attitude that can be translated into different media, linguistic forms and visual solutions. In my treatment of the subject I seek to offer equal measures of humor and humility."


Nola is a tutor in Glass Mosiac and Founder of the Mosaic Art School of Sydney. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions, and has successfully held a number of solo exhibitions including:

  • 2011 Solo exhibition, Artereal Gallery, Sydney
  • 2010 Drawing in Breath, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne
  • 2008 Drawing in Breath, Artereal Gallery, Sydney
  • 2006 Breathing Space, Artereal Gallery, Sydney
  • 1999 Painting & Sculpture, First Draft Gallery, Sydney


Sally has exhibited and sold selected works in numerous exhibitions including Sculptors Society exhibitions at NSW Parliament House in Macquarie St, Darling Park building in Sussex St, the Renaissance Hotel near Circular Quay, and at the St. Ives and Greenwoods, North Sydney shopping plazas. She has won many awards for her works. Sally’s work is quirky, wholly original and often full of fun, though sometimes with a serious message. Thematically, she often works conceptually from ideas.

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