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  • Old English Furniture: Page 55
    2014
    framed collage

    price on request

  • Old English Furniture: Page 50
    2014
    framed collage

    sold

  • Insecticide Boy
    2012, unique
    190mm high x 110mm wide
    ceramic & plastic

    price on request

  • Piano Poodle
    2012, unique
    150mm high x 120mm wide
    ceramic & plastic

    price on request

  • Deb 1
    2012, unique
    145mm high x 85mm wide
    ceramic & plastic

    price on request

  • Deb 2
    2012, unique
    140mm x 105mm
    ceramic & plastic

    price on request

  • Bend in the Road
    2006
    found painting and mixed media

    sold

  • The Well
    2003
    found painting and mixed media

    sold

  • Two Stumps
    2019-10
    found painting and mixed media

    sold

  • Stump
    2005
    found painting and mixed media

    price on request

  • In Conversation (right)
    2010
    found objects

    sold

  • Park Bench
    2010
    found objects

    price on request

  • Gallic Disdain (right)
    2010
    found objects

    price on request

  • Equestrian Portrait
    2010
    framed collage

    price on request

  • Baby
    2010
    framed collage

    price on request

  • Window Figure
    2010
    found objects

    sold

  • Window Figure
    2010
    found objects

    sold

  • Interloper Milk Maid and Beach Babe
    2010
    framed collage

    price on request
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Tony Hayward

Tony Hayward’s works display affection for interests expressed in and by popular culture. They include what he regards as collaborative works, in which he has taken paintings of idealised landscapes by anonymous artists and fondly extended them to create lovingly crafted 3-D vistas. His ‘Loving Couples’ porcelain figurines originate from a similar source as he ‘restores’ damaged second-hand artefacts by adding a replacement head to upset and reinvent the sentiments of a piece. In a collection of his most recent 2-D collages he uses a large hole-punch to remove part of a found image, replacing the lost section with one from an unrelated image to create unnerving works rich with surprising poetic tensions.

Hayward studied Sculpture at Saint Martins School of Art and Ceramics at the Royal College of Art. He has exhibited widely in the UK including shows at Victoria Miro Gallery, Flowers East and Whitechapel Art Gallery, as well as in the USA, Netherlands, Belgium and the Czech Republic. His work also features in various public collections including the British Council and Unilever. He travels frequently to India and has formed a collection of recycled artefacts, which have generated a number of publications including Made in India and Indian Rat Traps. He also lectures at the Royal College of Art and Camberwell College of Arts and runs regular creative workshops for children.


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tonyhayward.com