Andrew Sabin the artist and sculptor

Andrew Sabin studied at Chelsea College of Art between 1979 and 1983. He taught there as a part-time lecturer and later as a 0.5 Senior Lecturer between 1987 and 2005. Between graduation in 1983 and 1990 he practised as a highly experimental object maker. Between 1990 and 1997 he made three major installations first at The Chisenhale Gallery, then 'The Sea of Sun' for The Henry Moore Institute and finally 'The Open Sea' at The Henry Moore Studio in Halifax. In 1998 he began to concentrate his energies on applying his understanding of the potenetial sculpture has in the public realm in a series of projects culminating in 'The Coldstones Cut', which won the Marsh Award for Public Sculpture in 2011.

Andrew Sabin lives and works in Camden alongside his wife, the sculptor Laura Ford, and their three children.

www.andrewsabin.org

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The Coldstones Cut in pictures

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The Coldstones Cut in pictures

Coldstones Cut in the making

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut in the making

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut in the making

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut in the making

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut in the making

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut in the making

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut in the making

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut in the making

Always wear a helmet on-site!

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut in the making

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut in the making

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut in the making

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut Launch Event

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut Launch Event

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut Launch Event

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut Launch Event

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut Launch Event

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Coldstones Cut Launch Event

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Views from the Coldstones Cut

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Information panel at the Coldstones Cut

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

What a view!

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

Wildlife at the Coldstones Cut

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

360ยบ views from the Coldstones Cut

Photo credit Paul Harris, 2010

The Coldstone Cut at dawn

Photo credit Steve Colbourne, 2010

The Coldstone Cut at dawn

Photo credit Steve Colbourne, 2010

The Coldstone Cut at dawn

Photo credit Steve Colbourne, 2010

Up comes the sun

Photo credit Steve Colbourne, 2010

The Coldstone Cut at dawn

Photo credit Steve Colbourne, 2010

The Coldstone Cut at dawn

Photo credit Steve Colbourne, 2010

The Coldstone Cut at dawn

Photo credit Steve Colbourne, 2010

The Coldstone Cut at dawn

Photo credit Steve Colbourne, 2010

Coldstones Cut December 2010

photo credit Bob Orange

Coldstones Cut December 2010 (2)

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Coldstones Cut December 2010 (3)

Photo credit Bob Orange

Coldstones Cut December 2010 (4)

Photo credit Bob Orange

Coldstones Cut December 2010 (5)

Photo credit Bob Orange

Dawn on the shortest day of the year, December 2010

Photo credit Bob Orange, 2010

Dawn on the shortest day of the year, December 2010

Photo credit Bob Orange, 2010

Dawn on the shortest day of the year, December 2010

Photo credit Bob Orange, 2010

Holly Wilson the 10,000th visitor
The trophy!
The team at the Bruntwood Award. Photo credit Paul Harris
The Bruntwood, Arup Arts and Business Award 2011. Photo credit Paul Harris
The Bruntwood, Arup Arts and Business Award 2011.
Visitors 4th May 2011

copyright Anthony Greenwood, 2011

Visitors 4th May 2011

Copyright Anthony Greenwood, 2011

The Coldstones Cut Book

copyright Paul Harris,2011

The Coldstones Cut May 2011

Photo credit Anthony Greenwood, May 2011

Cuban Lift at the Coldstones Cut June 2011

Cuban Lift the famous band which specialises in playing music from South America using a mixture of traditional instruments such as pan pipes, bongos and rain sticks and contemporary flutes and guitars, at the Coldstones Cut. The band then went on to play at the Old Workhouse in Pateley Bridge to draw an end to the very successful North Yorkshire Open Studios event.

Photo taken by Biddy Noakes

The Cuban Lift June 2011

Photo taken by Biddy Noakes

The Working Quarry

Photo credit Bob Orange 2011

Coldstones Cut illuminated December 2011
The Coldstones Cut in December 2011