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Marshall Murray

Riverhill Sculpture Garden, Sussex  |  

www.marshallmurray.co.uk

Marshall Murray's goal is to source pieces of sculpture and furniture for clients to encourage them to spend more time in their gardens, with the belief that an affinity with the outside is good for both the individual and the wider world. Marshall Murray is fronted by Oliver Hawkins who cites his inspiration as coming from the countryside and heritage of the British isles, whether it be timber-framed houses to the sleek modernity of our major cities. Murray is drawn to work that fuses the organic with the designed, natural materials in modernist form, or modern materials and techniques in organic shape. This theme runs throughout their sculptural range, whether in the material palette or in their shape and form. The ‘organic industrial’ is another recurrent theme, work that converts hard and urban materials into soft and elegant form. Being key exhibitors at past and present Chelsea Flower Shows, Oliver Hawkins is redefining gardens as we know them.

Marshall Murray's goal is to source pieces of sculpture and furniture for clients to encourage them to spend more time in their gardens, with the belief that an affinity with the outside is good for both the individual and the wider world. Marshall Murray is fronted by Oliver Hawkins who cites his inspiration as coming from the countryside and heritage of the British isles, whether it be timber-framed houses to the sleek modernity of our major cities. Murray is drawn to work that fuses the organic with the designed, natural materials in modernist form, or modern materials and techniques in organic shape. This theme runs throughout their sculptural range, whether in the material palette or in their shape and form. The ‘organic industrial’ is another recurrent theme, work that converts hard and urban materials into soft and elegant form. Being key exhibitors at past and present Chelsea Flower Shows, Oliver Hawkins is redefining gardens as we know them.