• Petrol Line, 2010

    Sheila Vollmer, Petrol Line, 2010 , Zinc, color passivate on steel, 25 x 25 m

  • Tower Line & Cocoon Line @ Spitalfields Market, 2009-10

    Sheila Vollmer, Tower Line & Cocoon Line @ Spitalfields Market, 2009-10 , Galvanized steel, paint, 235 x 46 x 46 cm & 100 x 92 x 190 cm

  • Star Line 7 - Square, 2008

    Sheila Vollmer, Star Line 7 - Square, 2008 , painted steel, 39 x 8 cm

  • Spring, 2005

    Sheila Vollmer, Spring, 2005 , Painted steel, 163 x 151 x 33cm

Sheila Vollmer MRBS

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My sculptural work is primarily abstract with references to the natural, spiritual and constructed world and with the aim that the work is first and foremost visually, physically and emotionally exciting, enticing the eye and relating to the body.

Canadian born, I have made London my home since 1987 after a Sculpture post graduate at St Martin’s School of Art London.
I have exhibited widely in Britain and in group exhibits in Taiwan, Eire, USA and Canada.
My sculptural work is about the material and achieving wholeness, life and meaning through a visual patterning and randomness created by systems of designs and repeated form, shape and/or angle.

Exhibitions include: London Bridge City Sculpture Exhibition, Thames walkway near Hay’s Galleria, Nov 2011-Oct 2012, Royal Academy ‘Summer Exhibition 2012’, RA, London; ‘2012 International Exhibition of Wood Sculpture’, Sanyi Wood Sculpture Museum and Huanshan Creative Park, Taipei, Taiwan;; Spitalfields Public Art, Spitalfields Market, London, 2009-10; Geometry & Colour: Recent painting, sculpture & textile’, Poussin Galler, London SE1;‘Steel’, Sculpture in the Workplace curated by Ann Elliott for Canary Wharf, London 2006; and Thinking Big: 21st Cent. British Sculpture’, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy 2003.

Awards have included The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and British Council Travel Grant.
As Section Head of Sculpture, I have taught sculpture at Morley College since 1991.

My worked is featured in public and private collections including The Prudential plc, London, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Staffs and the Cass Sculpture Foundation.

  • Categories: Architectural/Monumental/Relief
  • Materials: Mixed media
  • Location: London