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Timothy Carter BA Hons Public Art, PGCE Art & Design Education

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Sculptor Timothy Carter BA Hons Public Art, PGCE Art & Design Education
Timothy Carter

About Timothy Carter

Tim Carter graduated from Chelsea College of Art and Design in 1992, where he studied Public Art, specialising in Architectural Glass and Stained Glass. He has been based in Leicestershire for the last 15 years and has continued to work with glass and other materials such as steel, stainless steel, other non-ferrous metals, wood, acrylic and slate. Tim designs, manufactures, restores and installs traditional and contemporary stained glass and leaded-light windows and also designs and produces a range of decorative and functional glass wall-pieces, mirrors, lighting and sculptures - for a variety of domestic and commercial situations. Techniques and processes used include, fired painting and staining, fusing, slumping, acid etching, sandblasting and sand-carving, acid polishing, glass drilling, linishing, UV bonding, fabrication, forging, welding, cutting, milling, lathe turning. His customers include Rockingham Castle – where he restores leaded-light and metal casement windows and Rolls-Royce (Aerospace) PLC – where he has designed and manufactured a variety of presentation awards for their UK and international projects. He has worked on numerous other commissions throughout Rutland, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire. If you would like to commission Tim for a bespoke piece of artwork, then he would be delighted to hear from you and offer free consultation, advice and an estimate.

Exhibition History of Timothy Carter

Tim Carter`s Exhibitions
Feb 2013:
South Holland Open Arts Exhibition, Spalding.

1997 – 2007:
City Gallery, Open Exhibition, Leicester.
Work selected each year.

Nov/Dec 2006:
mac, Christmas craft fair, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham.

Aug 2004:
Catmose Gallery, Oakham, Rutland. Four-person show.

Nov/Dec 2003:
mac, Designer/Maker Fair, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham.

Nov/Dec 2003:
Catmose Gallery, Oakham, Rutland (Awarded £400.Bursary).

Dec 2002:
mac, Christmas craft fair, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham.

Nov/Dec 2002:
Harley Gallery, Christmas Arts Market, Nr Worksop, Notts.

Aug-Oct 2002:
Cusp Gallery, Burghley House, Stamford, Lincs.

July 2002:
Blackfriars Arts Centre, Boston, Lincs.

April 2002:
Ferrers Gallery, Leics.

Nov-Jan 2002:
+ve and -ve, Pearoom Gallery, Heckington, Lincs.

Nov 1999:
Art House, Q arts, Derby.

Dec/Jan 1999:
Pearoom Gallery, Heckington, Lincs.

June-Aug 1998:
Ferrers Gallery, Leics.

Mar/April 1998:
Stamford Arts Centre, Lincs.

March 1998:
Atelier 18, Nottingham.

Dec-Jan 1998:
‘Material Fusion’, City Gallery, Leicester.

Jun/July 1996:
Thomas Neal Centre, Covent Garden, London.

May 1996:
Ferrers Gallery, Leics.

April 1996:
DESIGN GAP stand, Crafts From Britain trade exhibition, Harrogate.

Feb 1996:
DESIGN GAP stand, International Fair, NEC Birmingham.

Biography / CV of Timothy Carter


Selection of Employment / Commissions

Oct 2010:
Rolls-Royce PLC and Eden Project Science Prize. Eden Environment Award 2010.
I worked on this project with a group of apprentices, developing and honing ideas and drawings, so that I could manufacture the award sculpture.

2004 -
Present:
ROCKINGHAM CASTLE, Rockingham, Market Harborough, Leics.
On-going repairs, restoration and manufacture of leaded light windows in metal casements and stone. Work carried out on-site and back at the workshop.

2004 –
Present:
SHOULER and SONS Chartered Surveyors, Melton Mowbray, Leics.
Stained glass and leaded light manufacture and restoration.

2000 -
Present:
ROLLS-ROYCE PLC, Derby.
Designing and manufacturing a variety of sculptures, as presentation pieces for Apprenticeship, Community, Team and International awards.

1997 -
Present:
THE ORANGE TREE GROUP, Leicester.
Bespoke glass and lighting projects for the group of bars.

Nov 2008:
SAINT CUTHBERTS CHURCH, Great Glenn, Leicester.
Commemorative design for the glass doors in the new entrance porch.

Feb 2008:
BELL DIP FARM, Baggrave Estate, Hungarton, Leics.
Restoration and glazing of 14 decorative cast-iron windows, for the listed building, belonging to Baggrave Hall.

Oct 2007:
SAINT MARY’S CHURCH, Knighton, Leicester.
Sandblasted images (adapted from altarpiece) onto 6 laminated-glass window / door screens (800 x 2000mm).

Feb 2006:
GLASS PAGE, Leicester.
Revised logo work for multimedia company’s new offices. Deep sand-carved glass, and Cumbrian slate, sculptural wall-mounted constructions.

April 2004:
SCUNTHORPE MUSEUM, North Lincs.
Commissioned to produce 6 glass and slate wall panels, incorporating fern designs (500mm x 1000mm x 12mm thick glass) for the courtyard garden. Working with head gardener of Normanby Hall.

Sept 2003:
OAKHAM C OF E PRIMARY SCHOOL, Oakham, Rutland.
Designed and made three commemorative stained glass windows for the school hall. The children’s memories, ideas and drawings were used.

March 2002:
HIGHPOINT, Leicester.
Designed and made stained glass window for the new conferencing and education centre.

March 2001:
GLASS PAGE, Leicester.
Logo work for multimedia company’s new offices. Deep sand-carved glass and stainless steel sculptural wall-mounted constructions.

March 2001:
THOMAS HANNAH ASSOCIATES, Leicester.
Designed and made glass and steel sculpture for Glaxo Smith Kline promotional video.

1999 - 2004:
JUDGEMEADOW COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Leicester.
Running evening and weekend courses in stained and decorative glass.

1998 - 2002:
NORMAN and UNDERWOOD STAINED GLASS STUDIOS, Leicester.
Stained glass restoration (including Ludlow Cathedral and The House Of Commons), designing and making leaded lights.

Artist Statement of Timothy Carter

Tim Carter`s Statement
‘Glass is the compelling, principal material in my work; it is enhanced by combining it with other materials, such as stainless steel, steel or slate.

My interest lies in the refractive, reflective and structural properties of glass; how it can be manipulated and decorated to affect the passage of light and colour through it.

The work is formed using a wide variety of techniques and processes, to produce a range of work, which is both sculptural and functional, with an emphasis on design, geometry and construction.’

Awards and Prizes of Timothy Carter

Tim Carter`s Awards
Nov/Dec 2003:
Catmose Gallery, Oakham, Rutland (Awarded £400 Bursary)

Acquisitions / Collections of work by Timothy Carter

Tim Carter`s Acquisitions
Rolls-Royce Aerospace PLC

Reviews of work by Timothy Carter

”Tim Carter is a highly professional restorer of traditional leaded light windows (amongst other talents). He has undertaken a great deal of work over many years at Rockingham Castle. He has become a trusted contractor, carrying out work of a delicate and sensitive nature to windows of great antiquity. He is very thorough and conscientious, and I cannot recommend his skill highly enough.”

Andrew Norman, Operations Manager, Rockingham Castle.

Rolls-Royce Science Prize / Eden Project Environment Award.
“We approached Tim with a problem and some ideas when we required a trophy to be produced for presentation at a prestigious company event. Throughout the process, Tim was positive and supportive, his experience and skills really making a difference. Tim mixed materials and disciplines to produce a unique piece, delivered on time to a tight schedule. Needless to say the finished article was stunning. ”

Dean Wright, Civil Airlines Operations, Rolls-Royce Plc.

Public Works of Timothy Carter

Tim Carter`s Public Works
North Lincolnshire Museum, Scunthorpe, England

Qualifications / Education of Timothy Carter

Tim Carter`s Education
•PGCE Art and Design Education; Leicester De Montfort University, 1997

•BA Hons Public Art; Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, 1992

•BTEC National Diploma in Art and design; Loughborough College of Art and Design, 1989

•‘A’ Levels - Art, Design; Rutland VI Form College, Oakham, Rutland, 1987

•‘O’ Levels - Maths, English, Physics, Biology, Electronics, Craft Design Technology, Art, Nutrition and Cooking; Vale of Catmose College, Oakham, Rutland, 1984

Teaching Experience

Tim Carter`s teaching
PGCE Art and Design Education; Leicester De Montfort University, 1997.
Secondary Schools.

Stained Glass, Adult Education.

Price Range of Work

Timothy Carter's work has a price range from £4,167 to £6,250
£100 Upwards.

Mediums utilised

Timothy Carter's work is found in the following materials:

Artwork Categorised

Timothy Carter's work is found in the following categories on site:
Glass or Acrylic Transparant Sculptures (2)
Wall Mounted or Wall Hanging sculpture (2)
Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor Sculptures (2)
Shells Sculptures including Land and Sea and Freshwater Shells Fossil Shells
Spiral Twisted sculpture / statue / carving
Repetitive Form / Shape Abstract Sculptures / Statues
Indoor Inside Interior Abstract Contemporary Modern Sculpture / statue / statuette / figurine
Bas Reliefs or Low Reliefs
Suspended Sculptures or Statues or Statuettes
Stained and Decorative Glass Panels
Abstract Contemporary or Modern Outdoor Outside Exterior Garden / Yard Sculptures Statues statuary

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