The National Army Museum has commissioned award-winning sculptor Ian Wolter to create a new bronze portrait bust for its collection. Come and witness the artistic process behind the project as Ian begins work live at the Museum.
Ian Wolter is an award-winning artist and sculptor. His public works include: 'Safe Haven', the memorial to the Kinder Transport in Harwich; 'The Children of Calais', a life-sized sculpture of six modern children, designed to provoke debate about our response to children caught up in the refugee crisis; and bronze busts of Eglantyne Jebb, founder of Save the Children (Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University) and Krystyna Skarbek, Britain’s first female special agent of the Second World War (Ognisko, the Polish Club, London).
A graduate of the Cambridge School of Art, he is the recipient of the British Sustainability Art Prize, as well as the Italian Arte Laguna Prize and RomArt Sculpture Prize.