Stacked Welsh Slate
19 inches high

Stephen Kettle was born in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham in 1966 and now lives with his wife and two children in West London.

Stephen has followed his own artistic path, initially painting in mixed media and later turned his attentions to sculpture. His unique ability to create sculptures in stacked slate formations led to the first ever life sized slate statue which is now permanently housed in the Science Museum in London.

His range is from miniature to monumental and his latest major piece is a statue of the wartime code breaker, Alan Turing for Bletchley Park. The sculpture is made of approx. half a million individual pieces of Welsh slate and was unveiled this summer. The sculpture has attracted a lot of media attention and is to be featured on a Royal Mail stamp later this year. Morley Contemporary is pleased to be the sole commercial gallery dealing with Stephen Kettle's non-commisioned work.

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Kettle Bud
Stacked Welsh Slate
9 inches high


Kettle Lawrence
Stacked Welsh Slate
9 inches high

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