Working mainly on commissions, Kate Faulkner's work is held in private collections in London, Los Angeles and New York. Her most recent work innovatively combines bronze and cut perspex to stunning effect. The refractions of light from the perspex adding a new dimension to the bronze sculpture. She is continuing to explore the unusual combination of these two materials, seeing the extent to which their pairing can be pushed.

Throughout the nineties she sculpted her own stylised figurative bronzes, inspired by her experiences in Africa of native sculpture with its simplicity of line and intensity of feeling. The sculptures on the site are her most recent work, but keep checking - they are being constantly updated.

The bronzes are made using the lost wax process and cast in limited editions of nine pieces.

Kate began her career in Fine Art, with a successful diversion into journalism in her twenties, becoming Features Editor of Tatler. She then trained for several years as an assistant with an internationally renowned bronze figurative sculptor, who specialised in ballet and movement. After assisting with several life-size sculptures, she then embarked on her own solo career.

Kate lives in London and France with her husband; actor James Faulkner and their sons Guy and Leo. From February her work can be seen at a new gallery, KISMET in Manhatten, New York.