Paul Vanstone is preoccupied with marble and the way in which its hardness and light reflecting qualities can be transformed to depict the curves of the human body and/or the delicacy or covering cloth.

His technique and focus upon quality and finish draw upon the traditions of classical sculpture. However, his images and influences reflect the twenty-first century`s passion for the curvaceous art design and architecture of Zaha Hadid, whilst also paying tribute to the mainstay of modern British sculpture, Henry Moore.


BA Fine Art (Sculpture) Central & St Martin`s School of Art

MA Fine Art (Sculpture) Royal College of Art


Ongoing The Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden group Shows

1994 Steel figures for British Museum exhibition

1994 Steel heads for V&A Museum Exhibition

1995, 1997-2000 Francis Kyle Gallery

1995 -1997 Walton Contemporary Art

1997 – 1998 Cadogan Contemporary Art

1999 Olympia Fine Art Fair

2000 – 2001 Cadogan Contemporary Art

2002 Asthall Manor Sculpture Exhibition

2003 ArtLondon – Long & Ryle Gallery

2003 20/21 British Art Fair – Long & Ryle Gallery

2003 Lemon Street Gallery

2004 London Art Fair – Long & Ryloe Gallery, Lemon Street Gallery

2004 Asthall Manor On Form Exhibition

2005 Thompson’s Gallery, Marylebone

2006 Thompson’s Gallery, Marylebone

2009 Thompson`s Gallery `RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2009`


1993 Hales Gallery

1995 – 1996 Ratcliffe Wharf

2000 Raw Art Gallery

2001 Sarah Myerscough Fine Art

2002-2003 Park Club


1990 Darwin Scholarship RCA

1991 – 1992 Henry Moore Award

1992 Royal Academy of Art Travel Scholarship

1991, 1996 Lord & Lady Carrington Sculpture Garden Commission

1997 Scadum Solicitors Commission

1998 – 2003 Assist to Anish Kapoor