Happy as a sandboy that I have to announce confirmation of the commission to sculpt the British Memorial to the Battle of Waterloo to be unveiled in Hougemont in June 2015.
Open Studio Weekend May 17th and 18th 10am to 5pm 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 her vast sculpture of goalie Arthur Wharton, the first British black […]
Vivi was delighted to welcome the Turner family from Sydney (Stephen, Phi Phi and daughter Simone) on their visit to the UK over Christmas, when they called in on the studio to take a look at the Irish Dancer on 27 December. They also bought the smaller dancer Nina, who will also shortly be travelling […]
The bust of Churchill was unveiled at the Royal United Services Institute in Whitehall by Gen Sir Nicholas Houghton, Chief of the Defence Staff, on 18 December.
The life size Irish Dancer, who strutted her stuff in the garden of the Goring Hotel in London for while, has just been bought by a client in Sydney. This will be the third casting of this limited edition and the first example of Vivien Mallock’s work to be installed in Australia. She is due to travel […]
On the 70th anniversary of D Day, Vivien Mallock’s portrait busts of Maj Jack Watson of the Parachute Regiment and Lt Col ‘Tommy’ Harris of the Royal Ulster Rifles are due to be unveiled in Ranville and Caen respectively. These pieces will bring her total number of sculptures of military personalities in Normandy to eight.