Hamish will consider silver or bronze sculpture commissions, for both inside and outdoor display, for public art or private collections. He is very experienced in working collaboratively with clients, architects, builders, interior designers and landscape designers and will advise on all aspects of installation and maintenance.
The commissioning process:
- Initial discussions will include what you are interested in commissioning, the medium, size of sculpture, your budget, time frame and installation.
- This may involve providing photographs & measurements and, if it is a big commission, a site meeting for Hamish to see the space where you intend to display the sculpture.
- Hamish will show you the original clay model of the sculpture prior to it going to the foundry to be cast, so any minor adjustments can be discussed.
- It takes three to four months to cast the sculpture and wherever possible he will oversee the installation himself.
Give Hamish a call on +44 (0) 7971 028 098 to chat about sculpture commissions. You can also use the contact page to get in touch.
“Sculpture commissions from private individuals or public organisations are an exciting part of my work as a sculptor and I’m proud to have sculptures in private collections and public spaces around the world. I enjoy, not only the sculpting aspect, but the whole process from initial consultation to final installation.” (Hamish Mackie)
Working with Hamish:
“Working with Hamish was very easy, it just seemed meant to be. I suppose I took a leap of faith when I commissioned him, but the sculpture has turned out beyond my wildest dreams. It looks like it has always been there. He’s captured the bird’s jauntiness and the slightly rough, rural feel that I wanted, in the texture of the bird’s plumage and the muscularity that shows beneath. Unveiling the sculpture at the investor’s launch was also an unveiling of Hamish’s incredible talent.” (Dan Szor, Founder & CEO, Cotswolds Distillery) You can read more about Hamish’s Bronze Pheasant sculpture for Cotswold Distillery on the blog.
“Berkeley’s vision for Goodman’s Fields was a Piazza that would stay in people’s memories for years to come, and at the same time create a locality that reflects the heritage of this great site. We held a competition and we loved Hamish’s enthusiasm. The concept of the bolting horses won the design competition from a field of 40 sculptors – a fantastic achievement. Hamish – your vision, your energy, your passion – these are the reasons why we awarded you the commission.” (Tony Pidgley, Chairman, Berkeley Group) You can read more about Hamish’s Goodman’s Fields Horses here.
“Hamish also understands people and business. His ability to work across the board with the architects, designers and builders involved with the project, to understand the project logistics, his flexibility and problem solving skills make him an exceptional public artist. His enthusiasm for his work and his boundless energy are a source of inspiration for everyone who worked on this project with him.” (Nancy Minshull-Beech, Arts Curator)
Previous sculpture commissions and clients:
Berkeley Homes Plc, London
Sogo, Hong Kong
Four Seasons Hotel, Mayfair, London
Merrill Lynch, London
Andrew Winch Design, London
Lewa Downs, Kenya
Chippenham Park, Cambridgeshire
Knowsley Park, Derbyshire
Tregothnan Estates, Cornwall
Trewithen Estates, Cornwall
Cadogan Estates, Scotland
Clear Water, Nova Scotia, Canada
Sir Anthony Bamford
Dame Vivian Duffield
The National Trust
Barclays Private Bank Ltd
Chapman University, California
Gilbane Development Company, Rhode Island
Daylesford Organic, London
Bahamas Development Company, Bahamas
Alibaba Group, Hong Kong
Aberdeen Asset Management
Terence Disdale Design
The Himalayan Garden Sculpture Park
Read Hamish’s biography to find out more about his background and influences, what informs his work and his approach.