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Tessa Pullan was born in 1953 – she was apprenticed to John Skeaping R.A. in 1971, and she followed this with followed by further studies at the City and Guilds Art College and at the Royal Academy Schools
Her work is mainly figurative and is in the form of bronze, carved wood and stone and wood constructions of animals and birds. She undertakes both human and animal portraiture.
She exhibits in Europe and North America – her latest commissions include the American Civil War Horse memorial outside the Virginia Historical Institute commissioned by Paul Mellon, and ‘Horse and Rider’, commissioned in steel, for the Black Country Route, Wolverhampton.
Her work in public collections includes the National Portrait Gallery in London, the National Horse Racing Museum in Newmarket and the Yale Center for British Art in Connecticut USA
email: – web:www.tessapullan.co.uk