Amy Goodman, S.E.A, twice a winner of the prestigious B.S.A.T Best Sculpture Award, is fast gaining a reputation as a highly accomplished Equestrian and Figurative sculptor, and her work is increasingly seen in the Public realm.
In July 2015, her emotive WW1 ‘Romsey War Horse & Trooper’ was unveiled by HRH Princess Anne in Romsey’s War Memorial Park.
‘Treo’ the brave sniffer dog; ‘Pegasus and Bellerophon’, the reinstated insignia of the Airborne Forces, for the 16 Air Assault Brigade’s HQ in Colchester, and 'The Airborne Soldier' have subsequently followed.
Three of her life-size ‘Arborfield horses’ have recently been unveiled on the site of the old Arborfield Garrison where there once existed a Horse Hospital and Remount Depot during WW1.
Whether shaping clay for bronze, or welding 3D ‘drawings’ in 10mm steel bar, her elegant equine and animalia works capture life, energy and movement.
A previous client of Amy’s, Eamonn Holmes stated: “Her work lives and breathes empathy, love and passion. This artist possesses a beautiful touch, and she crafts from the heart.”
‘Equine and Country Spirit’ Gallery 8, Duke Street, London
‘The Society of Equestrian Artists’ 39th Annual Exhibition, Sally Mitchell's Gallery, Tuxford
‘Society of Women Artists 156th Annual Exhibition 2017’, The Mall Galleries, London
‘Hound & Horse’, Duke's Auction House Gallery, Brewery Square, Dorchester.
‘The Horse in Art’, Osborne Studio Gallery, 2 Motcomb St, London.
‘Home Lad, Home: The War Horse Story’, St Barbe Museum, Lymington
Exhibition for the ‘Palace House Project’, Newmarket, held at Christie’s, London
‘I Found Horses’, Equestrian exhibitions’ in aid of the Emile Faurie Foundation
‘Art in the Garden’, Avebury Manor and Garden, High Street, Avebury, Wiltshire
‘Four Mediums- Many Creatures’, Westfield House, as part of Somerset Art Weeks
‘The Society of Equestrian Artists’ Exhibition, the Mall Galleries, London
‘Hounds and Horses’, Gallery Le Fort Fine Art, Bath
‘The Henley Festival’, Henley-upon-Thames
‘The Affordable Art Fair’, Battersea Park, London
‘The Society of Equestrian Artists’ Exhibition, Palace House, Newmarket
‘The Windsor Contemporary Art Fair’, Windsor
‘Only Dogs and Horses’, the Iona House Gallery, Woodstock ‘Cavalcade I & II’, the Figura Gallery, Windsor
‘Society of Equestrian Artists’ annual exhibition, The Mall Galleries, London
‘The Horse in Art 2006’, Obsidian Art, Stoke Mandeville, Buckinghamshire
‘The Horses are Coming…’ hotart, 2 Minshull Street, Knutsford
‘British Studio Arts’, Kuwait City, Kuwait
Works at Sausmarez Manor Art Park, Guernsey and Newnham Paddox Art Park
‘Muses’, the Harrodian School, Barnes
‘Art on Show’, Gallery 28, Cork Street, London
‘The Garden Gallery’, Broughton
‘Horse’, the Stroud House Gallery, Stroud, Glos
the ‘On-Line Gallery’, Bedford Place, Southampton
‘The Romsey War Horse Exhibition’, Amy’s preparatory work for this project. Ranvilles Farm, Romsey
'Florence Nightingale' life-size bronze bust
‘The Gurkha Memorial’ bronze depicting first Gurkha V.C,
Kulbir Thapa rescuing a British Tommy in 1915.
'The Arborfield Horses'. Three life-size horses, including a WW1 Cleveland Bay Gunner
Commissioned by Weston Homes for Gun Hill Park, Aldershot
Commissioned by the Greater Rushmoor Nepali Community for Princes
Commissioned at the site of the Old Arborfield Garrison, for client Crest Nicholson
Commissioned by the 16 Air Assault Brigade, Colchester
'Modelling Horses to the Life'
Sept,2018 British Sporting Art Trust Award for Best Sculpture awarded at the Society of Equestrian Artists ‘Horse in Art’ Exhibition, Sally Mitchell July, 2017