‘As a sculptor I am a modeller who works from life.’

Michael Snowden RSA is a sculptor of figures and portraits in bronze. The obsessive theme of his work has been a life-long study of the human form through drawing and modelling, from which the inspiration and ideas for his sculpture have come. He trained as an art teacher before studying sculpture under Karel Vogel at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, London. A former lecturer at Edinburgh College of Art, Snowden has completed many public commissions, including those for the new towns of Livingston and Cumbernauld, for Edinburgh Park, and for Montrose.