Project Description

Artist Profile

Amy Goodman

sculptor and portrait artist

Amy Goodman

Artist Profile

Amy Goodman

sculptor and portrait artist

Treo

Treo, by Amy Goodman

Treo was an arms and explosives search dog for the British army, who was awarded the Dickin medal.

The sculpture is installed at Congleton community garden, where Treo retired with his handler, Dave Heyhoe.

Amy accepts commissions in a wide range of material and scale. Please visit her website, amygoodman.co.uk

About Treo

In this film, Amy talks to Richard Atkinson-Willes, Talos Art Foundry and gallery owner, at the exhibition online launch party, 25 July 2020.

Making Treo

Talos Art Foundry moulded, cast, patined, waxed and installed the sculpture.

About Amy

Amy Goodman is an established sculptor and portrait artist who has been based at the Project Workshops (Andover) for more than 12 years.

Whether ‘drawing’ in welded steel, or modelling clay for bronze, capturing energy and movement is paramount – Amy gets under the surface and breathes life into her work.

Having Talos Art Foundry next door to my studio, in the inspirational Project Workshops, has been a Godsend as a lot of my work now is cast in bronze, increasingly on a larger scale and for the public domain.

Whether equine, animalia, figurative or military-themed, this sculptor’s passion shines through.

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