Gary Seymour Designs

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Gary Seymour

Gary Seymour is an independent Kent based artist and sculptor of clay. His pieces range from limited editions to one off commissions.

Gary began his career as a sculptor and joined Parrington Designs in 1991. Here he learnt all the aspects of manufacturing a 3D design. The techniques of mould making, casting, decorating and kiln work were invaluable when in 1998 he became a self-employed designer. His versatility as a sculptor is vast, from detailed studies of motorbikes, anatomy and portraiture, to abstract surreal designs.

His unusual range of teapots have gained much recognition amongst collectors worldwide and many of his limited edition designs have trebled in value on the secondary market. He draws inspiration from both the everyday and the fantastic, creating imagery in 3D that can be intimate, eclectic, weird and utilitarian. He has worked with organisations such as the BBC, the Freemasons and the Kent Air Ambulance Foundation to name a few and his work has been reviewed in many magazines, including Mogo, Volksworld and Collect it. His entire back catalogue of teapot designs can be seen at the Teapot Museum, Teapot Island, in Yalding, Kent. Many celebrities and politicians have Gary's works in their collections.

Gary Seymour lives and works in Kent. He is happy to discuss his work and inspiration, and to work closely with you to create specially commissioned pieces.