This video captures Brian Fell's Spear Fisherman Sculpture on display in Jersey Maritime Museum. This piece is made up of a vast array of small individual steel sculptures depicting forms of marine life found in the English Channel. The ocean creatures are arranged to form the anatomy of the diver, which is fitted with a motor that moves the figure in a swimming motion.
This Fish Plate sculpture was made by Brian Fell in 2015 as a private commission and depicts a wide array of aquatic life.
Brian Fell recently completed this commission for Ousedale School in Newport Pagnell, Milton Keynes. It depicts various fragmented orchestral instruments in stainless steel. Two of these wall reliefs will be installed on the exterior wall of the school and act as an effective logo for the institution.
Photos depicting the 4.5m tall and 10m long "Edward's Elephant" sculpture as it is about to embark on the journey to its permanent residence in Kirkby, Merseyside. Part of a town centre public art scheme led by Geoff Wood.
The Weekend Course in Steel Sculpture at Yorkshire sculpture park in November, led by Brian Fell and Owen Cunningham. Participants of any skill level take home finished, self-made steel sculptures after a weekend of work.
This frame stands opposite the Spear Fisherman at Jersey Maritime Museum, holding within it a plasma screen monitor. The piece is ornately decorated with handcrafted steel replicas of kitchen utensils.
Watch a video clip of Brian Fell's recently installed Spear Fisherman sculpture by clicking the link above. This motorised piece was formed by attaching together a vast array of individual, hand crafted steel sculptures depicting marine life in the English Channel. Currently on display in Jersey Maritime Museum.
The commission we are working on at the moment involves creating a wide array of marine life in its various forms. Here's a sample of the vast amount we have made in the last few weeks.
Now the elephant is complete work starts on the ship