Hand-sculpted figurative art made from a single wire sheet
A ’Begbie sculpture’ is never moulded – a unique semi-transparent artwork with its own character.
Each wire sculpture is modelled using very own (self-made) tools and ’fixed’ joining each wire intersection, so that the artwork is robust and stable for posterity.
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  • David Begbie sculpture Richard James London 4
    David Begbie sculpture Richard James London 4
  • VNUD David Begbie Sculpture 5471
    VNUD David Begbie Sculpture 5471
  • VNUD David Begbie Sculpture 5477
    VNUD David Begbie Sculpture 5477
  • VNUD David Begbie Sculpture rp
    VNUD David Begbie Sculpture rp
  • VNUD David Begbie sculpture Canterbury 6811
    VNUD David Begbie sculpture Canterbury 6811
  • VNUD David Begbie sculpture
    VNUD David Begbie sculpture
  • VNUD shadow David Begbie sculpture
    VNUD shadow David Begbie sculpture

'VNUD' 2010

Female front figure, freestanding
Steel-Mesh, black colour finish
93 x 27 x 20 cm

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  • ERODO sculpture 8490 web
    ERODO sculpture 8490 web
  • ERODO sculpture 8494 web
    ERODO sculpture 8494 web
  • ERODO sculpture 8497 web
    ERODO sculpture 8497 web
  • ERODO sculpture 8504 web
    ERODO sculpture 8504 web
  • ERODO sculpture 8518 web
    ERODO sculpture 8518 web
  • ERODO sculpture 8519 web
    ERODO sculpture 8519 web

’ERODO’ 1990


Sculpture of a female back figure with fractured leg
Steelmesh, freestanding on metal base
84 x 23 x 20 cm

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Accessory for Sculptures available: Pedestal’ (optional)
A ’flexible’ and elegant way to present a sculpture
Black painted steel, different heights available, we offer different designs for single or multiple figure sculptures.

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Most of my sculptures are made from a single rectangle of wire-mesh with nothing added and nothing taken away. The material is simply transformed. All works of art are a transformation of basic materials into something which has meaning.
David Begbie
Last updated: 29/01/23