Tim Pomeroy


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Recent Solo Exhibition

1 July – 2 October 2020

A catalogue and price list will be available on request

Essay written by Richard Cork
Award – winning art critic, historian, exhibition curator and broadcaster.

Outdoor sculptures available to view at 40, Kew Green, TW9 3AZ (facing the duck pond):
Anytime by appointment

Social distancing will be respected.

Installation Shots

These works are available to view at Kew anytime by appointment.

Please call the gallery 0207 493 1155 or email us for more information.



1957            Born in Hamilton, Scotland

1976 -81      Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen

1983            Lecturer of Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen



1980   Elsie Byrne travelling scholarship

1983   Benno Schotz  prize winner

1983   EIS Prize winner

1984   Young Artists Bursary SAC

2005          Crispin Oday Sculpture prize, Discerning Eye Exhibition



2020         Beaux Arts Gallery, London

2019         The Two Gentlemen of Arran.(with the late Craigie Aitchison) Merville Galleries, Holland, Park, London

2018         Marble Slate Wood , New Sculptures by Tim Pomeroy, The Fine Art Society , Edinburgh

2017         Ritual Geometries, New sculptures by Tim Pomeroy, The Fine Art Society London

2015         Tim Pomeroy. Contemporary Sacred, The Fine Art Society, Edinburgh.

2014         Tim Pomeroy recent stone carvings Fine Art Society, London

2011         Tim Pomeroy,The Natural Hewn: The Practical, Honed Agnews Gallery, London

2009         Tim Pomeroy, Agnews Gallery , London

2006         Drawings and sculptures for Operahouse project, Arran

2004         Tim Pomeroy, recent work, Glasgow Vennel Gallery, Irvine

2002        Tim Pomeroy, sculpture and drawings, McHardy Sculpture  Co. London

1999        Tim  Pomeroy, sculpture and drawings, McHardy Sculpture Co. London

1997        Working with Architects, James Cunning Young and Partners Glasgow

1996        Set and costume design, Macbeth, Lanark Memorial Hall

1991        Camouflage Reviewed Ordnance Surveyed, Edinburgh Festival Fringe

1990        Turkish and Sauna Baths, Edinburgh Festival Fringe

1987        Tim Pomeroy Paintings, Edinburgh Festival Fringe

1986         Strathaven Town Mill

1985         Edinburgh College of Art

1985         Aberdeen College of Art

1984         Metamorphoses

1983        Liberty on the Barricades touring exhibition

–           Stirling Smith Art Gallery

–           Peacock Gallery, Craigavon, Northern Ireland

–           Edinburgh festival Fringe

–           Wishaw Library Lanarkshire

1982   Themes and Variations Edinburgh Festival Fringe



Hayward Annual

London Group

Aberdeen Artists

The Rock Drill and Beyond  1998, Inverness Museum

New York Art Fair 2007

Grosvenor House Art Fair 2009

Jerwood Drawing Prize 2009-2010

Discerning Eye 2010

Compass Gallery, Memory Show (touring) 2011/12

Fine Art Society 2012, (Contemporary Carving)



1985/6        Of Arms and the Man, Hamilton

1993           Fledgling, Blackwood Park

1995               Font, Provand’s Lordship, Glasgow

1996               Tree of People, Hamilton

1997               Plough Chapelhill, Hamilton

2006               Four sculptures for the National Trust for Scotland,
Merkland Wood , Isle of Arran ( installed May 06)

2006               Clashach Spiral, Harbour Arts Centre Irvine (installed


2008               The Beatson Oncology unit Gartnavel Hospital

2010/11          Sculpted Facade Carnoustie Golf Club Pro Centre,

2010/11          Font, St Andrew’s Cathedral, Glasgow

2010/11          Tree of Life, Cawdor Castle gardens



1985-86                Mural, Balloch Castle, Dumbartonshire



Gray’s School of Art

Leeds City Art Gallery

Educational Institute for Scotland

Leicestershire Education Authority

Clydesdale District Council

Glasgow City Council

Strathclyde University

Esme Fairbairn Foundation, London

North Ayrshire Council

National Trust for Scotland

The Beatson, Gartnavel Hospital

Duke of Devonshire (Chatsworth Ho.)

The Archdiocese of Glasgow

The Dowager Countess of Cawdor

Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery

National Museum of Scotland

Baptismal Font, St Andrews Cathedral

The famous Baptismal Font in the interior of St Andrews Cathedral, designed and sculpted by Tim Pomeroy, in 2011. It is carved from Carrara marble with over 166 characters, starting as a 9 x 2 metre-block and was driven on a lorry by Barrattini from Tuscany to Scotland. The finished Baptismal font is 1.25 x 1.25 metres and weighs 4 tonnes.

“Carrara marble is the best marble on the planet. It comes from the Polvaccio Basin where Michelangelo chose the blocks of marble for the Tomb of Pope Julius II and for his masterpiece the Pietà. Canova’s ‘The Three Graces’ was made from the same marble from the same quarry.”

“I was in the area in 2002 for an exhibition where a client asked to commission a marble version of a black bronze work being shown. It was a life-changing moment. I was introduced to the amazing Signore Franco Barrattini who still sources the best marble from the quarry for me today.”

Tim Pomeroy