Based in the north of England, Andrew Kay is an award winning sculptor whose work can be seen throughout the world.

From his studio set in the wild hills of his native county of Cumbria, Andrew creates sculpture that attracts widespread acclaim; his work being commissioned by both public bodies and private collectors. Drawing from the natural world for inspiration, the life size sculptures capture the powerful anatomy and essence of wild beasts using deceptively simple form and structure.

Andrew graduated from Leeds with a BA Hons in design in 1992. He then toured Scandinavia extensively on a travel scholarship. From this experience he acquired a respect of the pure, clean design ethos that is so apparent in Scandinavian design. Following a period as a set designer for The Franz Kafka Theatre in Prague he returned to England and established a sculpture studio near Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria in 1994.

Recent public and private commissions:  

English Heritage

Lord and Lady Brookeborough

Richard Curtis and Emma Freud London

Sir Tom Stoppard and Lady Sabrina Guinness

The National Trust Lake District

Lord Lieutenant of Banffshire

The Rt Hon. Claire Russell

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

Scottish Widows Plc

John Bishop  Cheshire

Daniel Thwaites plc

Vivat Trust London

Sir Colin Armstrong Ecuador and Peru

Mme A. Dreyfuss Loire

Herr Marc Schauenburg Ruhr and Spain

Mr C.Austin Buck Bernardsville New Jersey

Mme M.Maingard Riviere Noire Mauritius

Ms S.Pearson Italy, Highlands and Australia

S Kwek Singapore

Hong Kong Golf Club