Artists

Passage

Passage

2/11/2021 to 28/11/2021

Artist Ray Haydon is known as a master of materials - he effortlessly sculpts fluid forms from the most rigid and unforgiving materials.

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Re-orient

Re-orient

10/11/2020 to 6/12/2020

Ray Haydon's 2020 exhibition Re-orient coincides with the artist's 70th birthday and his 15th year with Sanderson. This exhibition showcases Haydon's incredible craftmanship and includes both his wall sculptures, indoor/outdoor sculptures and his impressive kinetic work.

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Freeform

Freeform

12/11/2019 to 1/12/2019

Negative space is defined by the solid objects it surrounds. This is one of the physical aspects of Ray Haydon’s sculptural practice that really matters; he is actively “painting” the air with materials to fabricate constructions in space.

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Achromatic

Achromatic

6/11/2018 to 25/11/2018

Negative space is defined by the solid objects it surrounds. This is one of the physical aspects of Ray Haydon’s sculptural practice that really matters; he is actively “painting” the air with materials to fabricate constructions in space.

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Reverb

Reverb

7/11/2017 to 26/11/2017

Sculptor Ray Haydon creates sinuous linear forms that respond to space, on a monumental and domestic scale, using an extensive variety of materials. Haydon uses the form of sculpture with its multiple vantage points to create his drawings in space. These open networks of linear abstract formations range from colossal outdoor sculptures to intimately scaled works for the interior.

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Cadence

Cadence

6/09/2016 to 25/09/2016

After several decades of a successful career working in bronze, wood, stainless steel, aluminium and Corten steel crafting a range of indoor and outdoor works, Haydon’s exploration into the properties of carbon fibre has opened up a whole new area of imagery in his new show Cadence.

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New Work

New Work

25/08/2015 to 13/09/2015

Through laborious work and constant experimentation Ray Haydon has developed processes to generate a seamless elegance in his sculpture, curving linear materials to create fluid forms that appear to be in flux. Working directly into his chosen medium, or sometimes mapping out ideas with maquettes, Haydon lets his fascination with movement and fluidity play out in abstract expressionist sculptures on both monumental and intimate scales.

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Volume

Volume

9/09/2014 to 28/09/2014

Sculptor Ray Haydon creates sinuous linear forms that respond to space, on a monumental and domestic scale, using an extensive variety of materials. Haydon uses the form of sculpture with its multiple vantage points to create his drawings in space. These open networks of linear abstract formations range from colossal outdoor sculptures to intimately scaled works for the interior. Through this unconventional use of sculpture, Haydon is able to draw organically in three dimensions.

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Velorum

Velorum

30/07/2013 to 18/08/2013

Ray Haydon responds intuitively to space, creating works of refinement and precision. His pieces retain a lyricism and freedom of line that belie the emphasis on technical process and exactitude which go into their making.

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C6 - New Kinetic Work

C6 - New Kinetic Work

25/09/2012 to 14/10/2012

The movement of line through space is the motivating force behind the work of sculptor Ray Haydon. His works express a sense of effortlessness and vitality that belies the rigorous process of their making, and their often immense physical presence. New kinetic work in carbon fibre presented in C6 – which borrows its title from the chemical symbol for carbon – demonstrates Haydon’s intuitive response to space and his notable commitment to development and experimentation within his practice.

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Zenith

Zenith

23/08/2011 to 11/09/2011

Sculptor Ray Haydon’s unique exploitation of materials seeks to uncover the evocative properties of the movement of line through space. Zenith presents work which is rhythmic, improvisational and free, expressing a sense of effortlessness and vitality that belies the immense physical presence of his sculptures.

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Superstructure

Superstructure

24/08/2010 to 12/09/2010

Ray Haydon is a vocational artist whose practice continues to develop in fresh ingenious ways. The work in his upcoming exhibition Superstructure maintains an immaculate sense of proportion together with an ongoing investigation of space, light and form.

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'Advance' / 'self help'

'Advance' / 'self help'

4/08/2009 to 23/08/2009

Sanderson Gallery will present two exhibitions from 4th-23rd August. The main gallery will host 'Advance' from Ray Haydon while our courtyard space will house 'self help' from Josephine Cachemaille. Ray Haydon responds intuitively to space, creating works of refinement and precision. His pieces retain a lyricism and freedom of line that belie the emphasis on technical process and exactitude which go into their making.

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Current

Current

26/08/2008 to 14/09/2008

Ray Haydon’s exhibition Current, opening August 26th and running until Sunday the 14th of September, will showcase some of the most innovative and complex work the sculptor has produced to date.

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Fluid

Fluid

16/10/2007 to 4/11/2007

Sculptor Ray Haydon possesses an enviable ability to create elegant, compelling pieces with an overall feeling of simplicity of line and purity of form across a range of sculptural media. Through an intuitive compositional skill, he creates works which appear as pared-back distillations of forms from nature. Initially working with bronze casting and stainless steel, Haydon

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