Andy Scott

Andy Scott, Equus Altus II, Bronze, 17 ¾ x 18 x 8 inches
Andy Scott, Equus Altus II, Bronze, 17 ¾ x 18 x 8 inches

Exhibition

News

Andy Scott – Sculpting the Kelpies

April 1, 2020

Video from Visit Scotland on Andy Scott's "The Kelpies."

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Sculptor Andy Scott on life and installing The Rook

January 7, 2020

Andy Scott interview in L.A.

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About

Sculptor Andy Scott is a graduate of Glasgow School of Art and works internationally from his studio workshop in Philadelphia, PA, USA. He creates prominent public artworks for private, corporate and civic clients, and his prodigious output now numbers in excess of eighty projects internationally.

He works in steel and bronze, combining figurative and equine themes with contemporary techniques to create stunning landmark artworks. 

His most prominent project to date is The Kelpies, a pair of 30 metre/100 ft high, 300 ton horse heads, sited in Falkirk, Scotland, UK.  The Kelpies sculptures are now the best-known public artworks in Scotland, with millions of visitors since their inauguration.

Notable Works

  • The Kelpies, Falkirk, Scotland
  • Equus Altus, Leeds, England
  • Arria, Cumbernauld, Scotland
  • Poised, Marischal Square, Aberdeen
  • Rise, Glasgow Harbour, Scotland
  • COB, Bexley, London
  • Arabesque, Queensland, Australia
  • Argestes Aqua, Victoria, Australia
  • River Spirit, Stride, Foxboy, I Can See For Miles, Journeys End, Lifeline, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
  • Beacon of Hope, Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • Ibrox Disaster Memorial, Glasgow, Scotland
  • Heavy Horse, M8 Edinburgh to Glasgow motorway
  • Briggate Minerva, Leeds, England
  • Bear sculpture (monument to John Muir), Dunbar, Scotland