Artists

  • Fan-construction

    Halima Cassell, Fan-construction, Cold Cast iron, 21 ft (h) x 20 in (d)

  • Rubicon, 2009

    Halima Cassell, Rubicon, 2009, Unglazed stoneware clay, 18 in (d)

  • Makonde

    Halima Cassell, Makonde, Bronze, 78 in (h) x 30 in (w)

  • Graven and Effigy (left to right), 2014

    Halima Cassell, Graven and Effigy (left to right), 2014, Hand carved concrete

Halima Cassell FRBS

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  • Website: http://www.halimacassell.com

Combining strong geometric elements with recurrent patterns and architectural principles, Halima’s work utilises definite lines and dramatic angles in an attempt to manifest the universal language of number and create an unsettling sense of movement.

Combining strong geometric elements with recurrent patterns and architectural principles, Halima’s work utilises definite lines and dramatic angles in an attempt to manifest the universal language of number and create an unsettling sense of movement.

This approach combined with the various materials Halima uses provides her with the tools to create the compelling drama and playful dynamism that characterises her work.

Halima’s works have been exhibited widely in the UK and abroad, including South Korea, Germany, Swaziland, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden, and the USA.

Her work is represented in many public and private collections throughout the world including Jerwood, The Victoria & Albert Museum, The Hepworth Wakefield Gallery and Birmingham Museum.

  • Categories: Abstract, Architectural/Monumental/Relief, Installation/Land/Site-specific
  • Materials: Brick/Concrete/Plaster, Bronze, Ceramic/Clay, Granite/Marble/Stone, Wood/Paper, Glass
  • Location: West Midlands