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Tony Heaton

Tony Heaton OBE is a practising sculptor, his sculpture Gold Lamé currently hovers above the roof of Liverpool Parish Church and is the first sculpture to occupy the new Liverpool Plinth. Channel 4 commissioned him to make 'Monument to the Unintended Performer', installed on the Big in celebration of the 2012 Paralympics.

Posts by Tony Heaton

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ZEN GIRLS: Artists in Conversation

Several months ago Shape Artist Angela Edmonds had a conversation via Instagram Direct Messages with Sculptor Tony Heaton about his sculpture ZEN GIRLS, carved directly from Carrara marble. They talk about the artistic process and the thinking behind the work, which consists of two figures sitting back to back on ...

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Tony Heaton chooses his top five picks from the National Disability Arts Collection & Archive

DAO asked Tony Heaton to kick off this years' Disability History Month with a selection of his ‘top five’ items from the National Disability Arts Collection and Archive (NDACA). When Colin Hambrook asked me to say something about my choice of the National Disability Arts Collection and Archive it was both ...