I am Amy Goodman, S.E.A, a Sculptor and Portrait Artist based at Project Workshops in Hampshire. So far in my career, I have had the honour of sculpting notable public commissions, including the Romsey War Horse, Pegasus & Bellerophon for the 16 Air Assault Brigade, The Aldershot Airborne Soldier, and the brave military dog, Treo 63DM. I am also honoured by the trust placed in me by private clients, to whom the commissions often have a special meaning.
I recently completed another exciting commission, consisting of three life-size horses. A rearing Cleveland Bay Gunner from WW1 faces a Sports Horse Mare and her Yearling galloping ahead of him. Past, present and future in a flowing equine installation. They were unveiled on 11th June 2021.
Please click here for a video showing the making of 'Icarus', and here for an introductory video about the project.
Currently I’m working on the Gurkha Memorial Project, depicting a remarkable moment during the First World War, when V.C recipient, Kulbir Thapa carried his injured comrade, a British Tommy from the Leicestershire Regiment, to safety. This life-size bronze is scheduled to be unveiled towards the end of 2021. I have been ‘Artist in Residence’ at Winchester University since 2013.
I am familiar and proficient with a diversity of materials and scales, and I love collaborating with commissioning clients and meeting their expectations, both in the public and private spheres. Please get in touch, if you would like to find out more about my work or enquire about a potential commission.
I was very honoured to be interviewed as one of 12 British Sculptors as part of the Sculpture Vulture Podcast created by Art Conservator, Lucy Branch. Please view the blog here,
and listen to the 40 minute interview. It's available on 'Spotify' and other platforms: Podcast link
“As long as I can remember I have drawn and sculpted animals, particularly horses. The character and movement of the subject matter are very important to me - a few strokes of paint or a few lines of steel can say so much.”