Helen Denerley

1956 -

Sculptor. Born in Roslin (Midlothian) and trained at Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen. She is now based near Strathdon in rural Aberdeenshire and is noted for her animal sculptures constructed from scrap and found metal. Her works include the Inverurie Sundial (1991), Govan Milestone in Glasgow (1994), the Alford Panther for Alford Academy Sculpture Garden (1999), the Devonside Sculptures in Tillicoultry (1999), Dreaming Spires, the giraffes outside the Omni Centre in Edinburgh (2005), Oystercatchers on the campus of the University of Stirling (2007), sheep and poultry at Duloch Park in Dunfermline (2008), an Ammonite for the garden at Hugh Miller's Cottage in Cromarty (2008), which won an IAA Award for architecture, and Raven sculptures for West Side Primary School at Barvas on Lewis (2012). She has also exhibited at Caol Ruadh Sculpture Garden in Argyll.

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