In early 2016 Brian Fell and his son George fabricated this huge steel replica of a Bronze Age Bracelet for the new Ocado headquarters in Erith, Kent. The concept for this sculpture was conceived by artist Gordon Young, the reference to the Bronze Age…
An award winning sculpture, fusing together a sleeping head and a ship's hull, the Cardiff Merchant Seaman's Memorial is sited in front of the Welsh Parliament in Cardiff Bay.
Commissioned by the cathedral in the city that was built on steel, this group of figures was made over a series of 5 years and completed in 2012.
Based on the practical joke of sending a new member of staff to buy some skyhooks, this pair of sculptures mark the entrance to Trafford Park in Manchester.
Commissioned by Yorkshire Sculpture Park, the bridge made from core 10 steel crosses a HaHa and uses the letters from the word to form the sides of the bridge.
These sculptures are inspired by Edward Lear’s Nonsense Alphabet. The Earl of Derby who lived in Knowsley Hall was Lear’s patron. They form part of a public art scheme led by Gordon Young for Borough Council.
Edward's Elephant, in the heart of Kirkby town centre, is a 3 metre tall steel elephant standing in an 11 metre long viking boat made by artist Brian Fell and George Fell as part of a Kirkby town centre public art scheme led by Geoff Wood.
Commissioned by Lakes Alive, this work celebrates this remarkable fish that has lived in the depths of Lake Windermere since the Ice Age.