Laurence Broderick is an International renowned and collected sculptor. Perhaps most famous for sculpting the bull at The Bullring in Birmingham he is also known throughout the artworld for his beautifully crafted, fluid sculptures of wildlife especially his otters.
Laurence Broderick is predominantly a stone carver, working with many types of stone including Ledmore, Portsoy and Purbeck Marbles, Alabaster, Polyphant Soapstone, Hopton Wood and Ancaster Limestone. He also models in clay, plasticine, plaster and wax for casting into bronze.
Laurence began his artistic career as an historical and educational illustrator and painter. He taught Art at the Haberdashers' Aske's School in Elstree from 1959 and was Director of Art from 1965 - 1981. He continued working as a freelance artist and sculptor throughout this period and became a full-time sculptor in 1981.
He divides his time between studios on the Isle of Skye, in the Scottish Highlands and Cambridge, England. He is an Associate of the Royal British Society of Sculptors and a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts.