At the beginning of May, a silver centre-piece celebrating the centenary of the Battle of Cambrai was presented to the Queen at Windsor Castle. The piece which shows a 1917 Tank Officer encouraging a present-day tank crewman was commissioned by the Royal Tank Regiment and executed in sterling silver by Vivi.
On Sunday 17 September 2017, The Duke of Kent unveiled the statues honouring the three former Devon and Dorset Army regiments at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire. In 1958, the two county regiments were amalgamated, which then merged with other units to form The Rifles in 2007. Col Robert Steptoe, who served with the “Devon […]
Vivi’s studio will be open as part of the Project Workshops Open Weekend, when all the artists and craftsmen at Lains Farm are open for visitors to show their work. Open Studios – May 13 and 14 10am – 5pm Free Parking
Inspired by our visit in December to the Elephant Watch camp in Kenyan, Vivien has create an 11 inch high bronze of a Samburu elephant and baby The first casting will be donated to the Save the Elephant charity to help them raise funds for their conservation work.
Vivi has been working hard on the lifesize clays for the Regimental Memorial to the Devonshire and Dorset Regiment: Life size clay before moulding and casting in bronze of soldier in Northern Ireland in the 1970sLife size clay before moulding and casting in bronze of soldier at the Battle of Kohima during WW2.
The Prince of Wales unveiled Vivien’s memorial to the British who fell at Waterloo on the battlefield at Hougoumont Farm in Belgium on 17 June. The farm at Hougoumont played a crucial role in the victory of the Duke of Wellington’s allied army over Napoleon’s French forces in 1815, and saw some of the fiercest […]
The Project Hougoumont Committee has commissioned Vivien Mallock to produce a memorial to the British who fell at Waterloo. The completed work is to be installed on the battlefield in Belgium in Hougoumont Farm, which is currently undergoing restoration financed by the UK Treasury, in preparation for the bicentenary celebrations in June 2015. Vivien’s clay […]
On 6 May a new bust of Winston Churchill was unveiled at the Pentagon by United States Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work and General Sir Nicholas Houghton, Chief of the British Defence Staff. The finished bronze, created at 1 1/2 times life-size, was crafted by British sculptor Vivien Mallock and is a gift from the […]
Vivi’s studio will be open as part of the Project Workshops Open Weekend, when all the artists and craftsmen at Lains Farm are open for visitors to show their work. Rumour has it that one or both of her bronze figures destined for Hougoumont Farm on 17 June on the Waterloo battlefield, will be on […]
The statue of England’s first black footballer, Arthur Wharton was unveiled at St George’s Park, Darlington on Thursday 16th October 2014 by the Chairman of St George”s Park, David Sheepshanks in front of an audience made up of many players including Chris Ramsey, Les Ferdinand, Chris Houghton and Mo Samba. Watch the Unveiling: on Youtube […]