It's a New Year, it's a New Day, it's a New Dawn... for ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE, as we put the ART into ARCHITECTU RAL HERI TAGE.  It is then with great pleasure that I welcome you to Drawn to Sculpture, our first Exhibition of Modern British Sculpture to preview at the forthcoming London Art Fair ( Stand G42) - The Business Design Centre, Islington, from Wednesday 17th to Sunday 21st January 2018.
The accompanying exhibition catalogue Drawn to Sculpture , which I hope will both engage and inform, will be published on 17th January 2018 and sent to you via email, with hard copies available at the Fair.  

Should you wish to come to the Fair I have a limited number of Complimentary Invitations, which are available upon request.  

For a little background, my Journey to  Drawn to Sculpture  has not been via the normal path... as you know Architectural Heritage is better known for garden sculpture and it is this background that has formulated my understanding of sculpture from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries,
through to the early 20th century, leading me on to want to understand 'the next stage'. I have always been interested in Modern Sculpture and took my private dealing in works by Modern British Artists to a first successful Exhibition in London, entitled 'Connected' - Moore, Frink and Epstein - accompanied by an essay on the links that permeated through the lives of these well-known and other Sculptors. 

Now, with the platform of the London Art Fair, we will be exhibiting within our specialist area of 'sculpture and works on paper by sculptors'.  

Artists include: Anthony Caro, Jacob Epstein, Eduardo Paolozzi, Peter Randall-Page, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Keith Milow, Michael Ayrton, Leon Underwood, Austin Wright, David Backhouse, Oisin Kelly, William Pye, Bryan Kneale, Ronald Pope, Richard Perry Bedford, John Skelton and Herbert Palliser. 

I look forward to welcoming you to 
Drawn to Sculpture.
With kind regards

P.S. Our 2018 Garden Catalogue will be published at the end of January