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About us

The Skelton Workshops are situated in the home of the late John Skelton.

John Skelton, letter carver and sculptor, spent 50 years working in Sussex close to Ditchling Beacon. He was the nephew of Eric Gill and was apprenticed to his uncle for a short time. His garden, with several of his stone sculptures, is available for students to visit.

Helen Mary Skelton is a professional letter cutter, trained by her father John Skelton. She served a three-year apprenticeship in his workshop in lettercutting completing in 1976, since when she has been working to commission carving inscriptions, sundials and memorials.

www.helenmaryskelton.co.uk   email: helenmaryskelton@hotmail.com  Tel: 01273 842363     Mob: 07542 060037

Paulien Gluckman is a professional sculptor and letter cutter. She has diplomas in Painting (Port Elizabeth, S. Africa) and Fine Art and Design (London Polytechnic 87-91). She was a student of John Skelton part-time for three years and became adept at carving. Since then she has exhibited extensively in Sussex and has sold work in England, Holland and the USA. She has been artist in residence at the De la Warr Pavilion, Bexhill and a teacher at Northbrook College in Sussex. See the video below of Paulien working with a sculpture student at the Skelton Workshops.

www.pauliengluckman.com      Tel: 01273 820079

Jo Sweeting trained at Eastbourne College of Art and Technology, Leeds School of Art, Newcastle Polytechnic and at Skelton Workshops. She teaches lettercutting as well as sculpture, and is also a qualified primary school teacher. She exhibits widely and takes commissions.

www.josweetingsculpture.com          Tel: 01273 553767

Alyosha Moeran trained as a stonemason and then as a stone carver at the City and Guilds London School of Art. 

He has been working professionally as a stone carver and sculptor for 25 years and has undertaken a variety of Public and private commissions. 

Some of his past work can be see on his website and his current practice can be followed on “Instagram”

 

www.alyoshastone.com

 

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Graham Alborough occasional teacher: www.alboroughstonecarving.co.uk

We sometimes  teach children - but  by pre-arrangement only.