I work in clay, wax, or plaster to produce sculpture to be cast in bronze or bronze resin. I normally takes the first casting from the mould in bronze resin (sometimes called "cold-cast bronze") to act as a reference copy for the foundry, and frequently will run an edition the same size as the bronze edition in bronze resin. Correctly produced, bronze resin has a high bronze content at the surface, which will weather extremely well. Whilst there is a considerable price advantage to bronze resin, it has to be said that it is not bronze and because it is a new material, its life expectancy beyond 50 years is untested. Where price or weight are important considerations however, it can be an attractive alternative, and it is increasingly used, even in public commissions.  Stone resins are also available for a few works where this is appropriate, as an alternative to bronze resin within the same edition. As a rough guide on price, bronze resin tends to be half to a third the price of bronze.

Most sculpture is available in editions of either 8 or 9. In Britain "art size" editions have traditionally been in multiples of three, up to a maximum of 12 (though one frequently finds larger editions these days) plus "artist's copy" which, again traditionally, has been indeterminate. In France, the system is more rigid, and is set as "8/IV" (an edition of 8 plus 4 artist copies). As I sell in both countries, I either produce an edition of 9 with three artist copies, or an edition of 8 with four copies, so that the two systems are identical in all but name.

A certain amount of cast work is held by me and in galleries, otherwise it is cast to order. Delivery time for the latter, dependent upon size and material is normally 8-16 weeks. Commission work is currently completing in 20-30 weeks. Prices for new commissions are the equivalent of edition prices if they are considered suitable as such and the  commissioner is happy for them to be run as editions.

Human Form
Bronze resin
Adam & Eve £32,000 £10,000
Triptych derived from base of Adam & Eve £8,000 £3,000
Daphne £24,000 £9,000
Europa & the Bull £26,500 £10,000
Europa & the bull maquette £4,000 £1,900
St. Edmund maquette £3,500 £1,200
St. George & the Dragon maquette POA £4,000
Woman with Urn £2,400 £1,200

Josh £1,800 £850
Wild Animals

"Interrupted" (Stalking Fox) £6,500 £3,250
Pouncing Fox £6,500 £3,250
Fallow Buck £26,000 £11,500
Fallow Buck maquette £2,900 £1,200
March Hares (pair) £9,000 £4,500
Lionesses £2,500 £1,100
"Aristophanes" (Frog) £400 £150
Domestic Animals

Mare & Foal £5,500 £2,000
"No Comment" (young horse) £2,900 £1,200
Old Horse £2,900 £1,200
Belgian Spaniel £3,500 £1,500
Papillon £1,500 £650
St. Bernard £11,000 £3,000
Lurcher £2,900 £1,200
"Sid" (mongrel) £4,500 £1,400
"Wellington" (lying Schnauzer) £4,500 £1,400
"Buttons" (standing Schnauzer) £4,500 £1,500
"Jimmy" (Jack Russel) £4,000 £1,400
"Kim" (Jack Russel) £4,000 £1,400
Lying Labradors (pair) £2,500 £1,100
Sitting Labrador £1,500 £650
Lying Labrador £1,500 £600
Staffordshire Bull Terrier £1,500 £650
Playing Dogs £3,500 £1,200
"Harry" (mongrel) £10,000 £3,000
"Jemima" (Pug) £4,500 £1,500
"Thomas" (sitting cat) £3.900 £1,000
"Hector"  (walking cat) £4,000 £1,200
"Edwina" (pig) £2,000 see "resin only editions"
"Henry VIII" (cockerel) £4,500 £1,500

Adam & Eve Fountain £33,000 £11,000
Scallop Shell Fountain £20,000 £4,500
Clam Shell Fountain £30,000 £9,000
Green Man Fountain POA see commercial editions

waxedm                                     patination
Preparation of wax (Bronze Age foundry)                                   Patination (Paul Joyce foundry)

Public Commissions
Human Form
Wild Animals
Domestic Animals
Resin only editions
Materials & Pricing
Drawings & Paintings
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