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Anne Schwegmann-Fielding was born on 1967 in Colchester, is a sculptor and mosaic artist. At 53 years old, Anne Schwegmann-Fielding height not available right now. We will update Anne Schwegmann-Fielding's height soon as possible.
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|Occupation||sculptor and mosaic artist|
|Age||53 years old|
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Source of Income||Sculptor|
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In 2008 Schwegmann-Fielding received an 'International Research Fellowship for The Contemporary Crafts' and travelled to India where she met and worked with Nek Chand at the Rock Garden of Chandigarh in India. She cites Chand as having had an influence on her practice along with the work of the kutchi Artisans of India. Of her own sculpture Schwegmann-Fielding says that "adornment is central to my working process, essentially giving an unwanted object a second skin. Covering abandoned tools and utensils amongst other things, with broken crockery, glass and jewellery."
She has worked with Channel 4, BBC Television, London Zoo, Kunstsymposium, Kleinbreitenbach, (1999, 2006, 2012) – Schloss Elisabethenburg, Braintree Museum, Kent History and Library Centre, Symington Building, Writtle College, Vorsicht Kunst, Meiningen and Arts Reverie, Gujarat, India and is a professional member of BAMM (The British Association for Modern Mosaic).
Schwegmann-Fielding established her studio in Colchester, Essex in 1993, a couple of years after graduating in Fine Art at Wolverhampton University. Her work is informed by the discarded resources of daily life, especially with respect to the re-use and recycling of obsolete materials. This is reflected in her transformation of objects such as old tools, implements and vehicles into sculptures through the application of broken tableware, shattered glass and jewels to their surfaces.
Anne Schwegmann-Fielding (born 1967) is a British sculptor and mosaic artist, who has been producing artworks made from recycled materials since the early 1990s.