History of Exhibitions

Hamish Mackie at Life in Bronze exhibition

“Exhibitions are a hugely important part of my work as a sculptor. I really appreciate the opportunity to get out of my studio, connect with collectors and discuss my work. I also enjoy showing people round my studio. There’s nothing like seeing people’s response to my sculptures when they view them up close.” (Hamish Mackie)

Hamish is at the forefront of a new breed of artists that include event production as part of their business. He has been curating and producing all aspects of his major exhibitions for over two decades. The art world has moved on and with the advance of technology, it is now possible to show work and interact with an audience, far beyond the traditional route of sole representation by a static gallery.

Although Hamish is represented by several galleries, he also enjoys welcoming visitors to his Oxfordshire studio, which can be arranged by appointment. Please use the contact page if you would like to get in touch or if you would like to be informed about forthcoming events and his next triennial solo show.

Monumental owl sculpture in exhibition

“Among the sculptures I felt I was with living animals. As a veterinary surgeon who specialised in anatomy, I picked up on a most accurate depiction of posture, in all its subtlties and on movement. From these followed the correct form of the animal. Out of all this came the dignity of the animal. I was both excited and deeply moved.” (Roy A. L. Batt, B.Sc.,B.V.Sc.,MRCVS.,Ph.D.)

“Hamish Mackie, now internationally acclaimed, has emerged as one of the most talented and original wildlife sculptors of his time. Partly this is due to the fact that he is the master of a virtuoso technique, in a technical tradition that dates back to Rodin. What Rodin did with the human body, Mackie applies to animal forms. His work has a compelling freshness, but also great emotional force. Looking at these sculptures, the spectator often feels that he or she is in the actual presence of the creature portrayed.” (Edward Lucie-Smith, Art Critic and Historian)

Life in Bronze exhibition
1996 1st Solo show in the Air Gallery, Fanshawe Somerset, London
1996 Art for Youth – winner of the Diana Brookes prize
1997 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London
1998 Brewin Dolphin, CLA Game Fair
1999 Cotswold Wildlife Park in Aid of Tusk Trust, Oxfordshire
2000 Hiscox Insurance, London
2001 Art London
2002 Soane, London
2003 Rathbones, Edinburgh
2004 Second Solo Show in The Gallery in Cork Street, London
2005 Knight Frank, Inhomes, Hungerford
2006 Third Solo Show, Fine Art Commission, London
2008 Represented by Collier and Dobson, annually
2009 Represented by Muse, The Sculpture Company, annually
2010 Mallett, American International Fine Art Fair
2010 The Palm Beach Jewellery, Art and Antique Show, Florida
2010 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, London, annually
2012 Fourth Solo Show, Mallet, New York
2012 Olympics Public Art, Grosvenor Square and Oxford Street, London
2013 Mallett, The San Francisco Fall Antiques Fair
2013 Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust, Highgrove, Gloucestershire
2013 Fifth Solo Show, The Gallery in Cork Street, London
2014 A Modern Grand Tour, Aynhoe Park, Oxfordshire
2016 Sixth Solo Show, ‘Life in Bronze’, Mall Galleries, London
2017 Muse, The Sculpture Company, Royal Ascot, Berkshire and Olympia, London, annually
2017 Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, Andalusian Stallion
2017 Stowe School, Buckinghamshire, Andalusian Stallion
2017 Blenheim Horse Trials, Oxfordshire
2017 Sculpt at Kew, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London
2017 Daylesford Christmas Fair, Oxfordshire
2017 Churchill Exhibition, Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire
2018 Represented by Clarendon Fine Art, annually
2018 Cercle Munster, Luxembourg
2019 Blue Marine Foundation, London
2019 Sothebys, Dubai, Andalusian Stallion
2020 Muse, The Sculpture Company, Lucknam Park, Wiltshire
2020 Seventh Solo Show, ‘Life in Bronze’, Mall Galleries, London