George Cutts

British Sculptor

When I left the Royal College of Art, having studied figurative modelling and stone carving, I began wrapping stainless steel in carved stone, which I have continued throughout my career. The opposing materials with such diverse textural qualities interplay, emphasising my ideas. I play one off against the other, which I have taken through into my mobiles, the reaction creating optical illusions, playing with shapes in space. The inspiration and theme for all my sculptures is landscape, plant growth, light and water.

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Ron Bambridge visits George Cutts' Studio

Last year, internationally recognised multi-award winning photographer Ron Bambridge travelled to East Sussex to visit the studio of George Cutts. The project was part of a portrait commission from London Art Consultants Future City as a series in conjunction with client St James. The results have become a rare and telling insight in to the workings of Cutts' practice.


'I initially spent some time arranging my lighting to pick out the smoke and objects in the studio' says Bambridge, 'the effect I wanted to achieve was dark and dramatic'.


All credits to Ron Bambridge, see the full article here.

Financial Times: Sculpture in Your Garden - A Guide featuring George Cutts

Jane Owen, deputy editor of Financial Times Weekend, visited Waddesdon Manor to talk to sculptor Johannes von Stumm to discuss situating sculptures in your own garden. The video, inspired by the recent Chelsea Flower Show, discusses the importance of place in situating art works. The video features a piece by George Cutts which has been longstanding in the Waddesdon Manor Garden. Filmed May 22 2017 by Richard Topping. Produced and edited by Josh de la Mare.