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By Gary Nisbet
Adrian Russell Lamb
(b. 1964)

Born Sedgefield, Co. Durham, he trained at Middlesex Polytechnic, 1982-83, Chelsea School of Fine Art, 1983-86, and RCA , 1986-88.

He later studied landscape and architecture in France and Italy on a Travel Bursary from Northumberland Council.

A freelance artist since 1988, he taught at the Ecole D'Arts Plastiques, Monaco, before settling in Glasgow.

Operating from the Glasgow Sculpture Studios, he was technical assistant to Iain McColl and Kenny Hunter on sculpture projects in Gairloch and Sunderland, and has received a commission for work at an architectural development in Newmacher, Aberdeen.

The kinetic Smoke Stack, on the Twomax Building, Old Rutherglen Road (1994), the result of an idea by Rita McGurn, was his first important commission, and performs the dual function as sculpture and weathervane.


Works in our Database:
1: Old Rutherglen Road (Gorbals),
Former Twomax Building, now Gorbals Neighbourhood Housing Office
Rotating Smokestack (1994)
Sculptor: AR Lamb
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