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Lawrence Hendra

Pioneers: Clare Sheridan 'Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi'

Clare Sheridan's terracotta sculpture of Gandhi
Clare Sheridan originally took to sculpture as a means of release and escape from personal crisis. In this film, Lawrence Hendra explores her portrait of Gandhi, which demonstrates not only her skill as a sculptor, but her extraordinary ability to integrate with individuals from utterly opposing walks of life. The present work is currently on display at Philip Mould & Company as part of our exhibition, Pioneers: 500 Years of Women in British Art .
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Clare Sheridan originally took to sculpture as a means of release and escape from personal crisis. In this film, Lawrence Hendra explores her portrait of Gandhi, which demonstrates not only her skill as a sculptor, but her extraordinary ability to integrate with individuals from utterly opposing walks of life. The present work is currently on display at Philip Mould & Company as part of our exhibition, Pioneers: 500 Years of Women in British Art.

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    500 Years of British Art