Amanda Randall makes stone carvings, colourful abstract paintings and hand forged silverware, all which explore themes of connectivity and the strength of nature. Using contrasting tactile surfaces and bold, curving forms, Amanda’s work has a grounded self assurance and beauty.
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Trained as a sculptor, Amanda has completed numerous commissions for the public realm. Clients have included Forest Enterprise, the Fieldfare Trust, London Borough of Sutton, Southampton City Council, The Prison Service, and the National Trust. She has many years experience teaching in primary, further and adult education, and has recently exhibited at the Goldmiths’ Centre in London.