Chris Dunseath is a prize winning sculptor whose work has been seen across the UK and abroad. A graduate of the Slade in London, Dunseith’s work is heavily influenced by ancient Egyptian art, the construction of functional objects and of time, space, mass and relativity in quantum physics. Primarily abstract, his work is constructed from a variety of materials including wood, stone, bronze, paper pulp and Jesmonite. Dunseath lectured and then headed the Sculpture Department at the University in Coventry. He lives and works in Somerset.