Multiple award-winning British wildlife sculptor Hamish Mackie has had the privilege of observing wildlife in many corners of the world at first hand. This close observation, often involving intense research trips and sculpting from life in the field, informs Hamish’s whole approach to his work, which resonates with his passion for the natural world.
His bronze wildlife sculptures capture instinctive moments of animal behaviour and convey the inner core, strength and grace of his subjects. Largely self-taught, his style is unique – he frequently works in spontaneous, often unrepeatable, fluid gestures with a confidence born from many years of mastering his craft. Hamish’s commissions can and have been seen in spaces as diverse and impressive as Blenheim Palace, Calcot Manor, 10 Castle Street and Goodman’s Fields in the City of London.