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Maxine Farmer is sculptor whose speciality is capturing energy and emotion as permanent 3D memories. Those ephemeral moments: a shrug of a shoulder, a twist of a neck, poised for flight…all these tell us more about each other than words ever can. Maxine delights in creating art that produces a connection or reaction, whether joy, calm, evoking a precious memory, love, inspiration, wonder, contemplation, and so on. Most of Maxine's works are sculpted in clay, plaster or mixed-media, then cast in the UK into bronze (and she has also had 3D-printed casts created in the UK).

So far in 2024, Maxine has:

Made it to the inaugural Visual Artists Association Artist of the Year award

Selected by the Royal Society of British Artists for their annual exhibition at The Mall Galleries (The Big Reader)

Also being exhibited at the Cotswold Sculpture Park for their entire season (The Big Reader and The Big Hug)

Exhibited six sculptures at Leander Club during the first May bank holiday (as part of the Henley Arts Trail)

Is on show Odney Club as part of the Cookham Sculpture Festival until May 19

At St Martins in the Crypt for the 118 Keys charity art exhibition and sale May 21-23. 


She has previously exhibited at the National Trust and other events.Shortlisted for the International Emerging Artists Awards for three consecutive years (2021/2022/2023), Maxine has studied at St Martin’s, the V&A, and Tate Britain in London. She has also had one-to-one tuition and has collaborated with Beatrice Hoffman, the celebrated Oxfordshire-based sculptor. Until recently focused on private commissions, she now seeks awareness of her work among a wider audience. 

As well as 3D works, Maxine also creates bas relief (2D wall sculptures). Her primary focus for 2024 is on creating larger pieces, in particular for outdoor installation. 

 A British citizen who divides her time between the UK and France, Maxine is a member of the Oxford Sculptors Group, Surrey Sculpture Society, and the Visual Artists Association. 

Maxine's works are available for purchase on: Saatchiart 

(; exhibitions, galleries, or direct. She will also except certain commissions, depending on the requirement. 

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