GARY BREEZE studied Graphic Design in Norwich followed by an apprenticeship with the letter-carver and sculptor David Holgate. Along with collaborative associations with architectural firms, Gary has worked for many years with Memorials by Artists, completing two major commissions through them including the Bali Bombing Memorial in London in 2005, project managed and assisted by Martin Cook; and Christ Church Cloister fountain in Oxford completed in 2010.
Other important commissions have come through his long term association with the New Art Centre, Salisbury. He was awarded the first Jerwood Contemporary Makers prize in 2008. That same year he won the prestigious Leverhulme Trust award for a 12 month residency at the University of Southampton’s Department of Archaeology.
ANDREW JONES studied at Newcastle in the early 1970’s and began a project on the wind that lead to a 30 year career in power kite design. After over 30 years of designing for kite power and control, Andrew has returned to explore the wind for its own sake. His sculptures have an order to them which, by means of careful balancing, can then be easily disturbed by even the slightest breeze. Chaos may follow, but usually a gentle sort of chaos which reminds us that all is not rigid, nor should it be.