• Paul Burton Sculpture

From the Mining world to Art

Updated: Feb 3, 2019

Svea in Spitsbergen.. probably one of the worlds most beautiful settings for a mine.

Changing Direction is invigorating

After a long and successful global career in the mining supply industry, Paul has returned to his first love of contemporary sculpture. His return to art is influenced by his extensive experiences living and working around the world in the mineral extraction industries, in diverse places ranging from the Gobi Desert to the frozen wastes of the Arctic Circle. His unique steel, slate and glass creations are inspired by the earth’s resources, and look to incorporate his “Earthlight” sculptures back into the landscape. Paul’s home and garden in rural Worcestershire is his showcase setting for his work. The Kenswick Manor west wing Garden, designed and constructed by multi Chelsea Gold medal garden designer Peter Dowle, provides an excellent backdrop to Paul’s individual work and is a great place to visit to meet Paul and view his work.

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