John Huggins  (1938)


John Huggins studied at the West of England College of Art after which he was a teacher for several years at the Bristol Polytechnic and Bath Academy of Art. This technical view on the world seems indispensable for the sculptures of John Huggins.

He believes in the language of sculpture - the power of shape and form to communicate human ideas. The artistís choice of material, texture, surface, colour, scale and origin must remain subservient to the overruling concepts of form and space.

Promise.JPG (20488 bytes) Verity1.JPG (41185 bytes)
Mirror1.JPG (56232 bytes)

Baccarat.JPG (21834 bytes)

Reflection.JPG (29861 bytes)  

Playtime.JPG (26121 bytes)



Caprice.JPG (29767 bytes) Beachcomber.JPG (28760 bytes) Morning.JPG (26866 bytes)

aria.JPG (41485 bytes)

Leader.JPG (25307 bytes)