"Tutored by renowned sculptor, Mark Coreth, Field's sculptures are earning a reputation for capturing the beautiful presence and movement of the worlds predatory creatures. Although this is where he has made his name, his repertoire extends to all wildlife."
Knox grew up in West Sussex in the heart of the South Downs. Here he cultivated a love of both wild and domestic animals. Even at pre-school, when others were drawing in art class, knox was creating in 3-D. He secured his first commission of a dog aged 16 and has been working in bronze ever since.
He now works partly in a bronze casting foundry as a metal chaser preparing the bronze that has come out of casting in a raw state – working alongside some of the country’s top sculptors. This has given Knox an invaluable insight into the many processes involved in producing fabulous bronzes.
Armed with this knowledge, Knox pushes the casting process to its limit creating classic work with his own diverse twist, engaging with the movement and aesthetic of his subject. Knox uses both bold and subtle textures to bring his work to life. There is nothing he enjoys more than successfully completing projects that are technically challenging and pushing the capabilities of a traditional medium.
Through his commissions and personal projects Knox is creating an ever growing following that has seen him showcase his work around the country including the Mall Gallery’s and La Galleria Pall Mall in London’s West End.
Rowles Fine Art, Shropshire
William and sons, Save the Waterberg Rhino charity event.
La Gallaria Pall Mall Winter Exhibition
Strutt and Parker
Chipping Norton, November 2016
Royal Society of British Artists
Mall Galleries 2016
Jaeger-LeCoultre Polo Gold Cup
Sussex, July 2016
Whithurst Art Fair
Rainbow Art Fair
YAP (Young Artist Partnership)
Pop-up, Chelsea August 2015
Rainbow Trust Charity Art Fair