British wildlife sculptor Hamish Mackie has had the privilege of observing wildlife in many corners of the world at first hand. Hamish’s whole approach to his work, which resonates with his passion for the natural world. His bronze sculptures capture instinctive moments of animal behaviour but are his own interpretation, not merely photographic representations. Hamish manages to convey the inner core, strength and grace of his subject. Largely self taught, his style is unique he frequently works in spontaneous, often unrepeatable, fluid gestures with a confidence born from many years of mastering his craft. This assertive handling of his materials, coupled with an acute understanding of anatomy, results in strong, dynamic, ‘living’ sculptures.