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Artist Information : Marilyn Collins
 
Category : Sculpture  
Preferred age groups : 8 – 18 year olds  
Maximum group size : 30  
Workshop Proposals : Modeling, Mould making, casting, construction
Waterfeature workshop: Using recycled materials including as many aspects of water movement including wheels, falling water, spouts, flowing water. This project can be developed by using solar power or grey water recycling, teaching children about water in the environment and water conservation.
Figures in Action: Figurative sculpture using brush and various shaped wood donated by tree surgeons. Stakes are driven into the ground and added using wood wire raffia etc to create human or animal forms.  
Education/ 
Qualifications :
Placement with Freeform Arts Trust, Springboard - Hackney
Guest student – Universitat fur Angewante Kunst – Viena
Studying traditional methods of lost wax casting - Tamil Nadu, India  
Exhibitions : Artist in Residence for Community Centre Garden created a water feature, gate features & paving – Chettle Court Estate – Haringey.
Memorial/2001 ‘Poor Cow’ – Cuckoo Farm Sculpture Trail
The Drop 2001- Priory Park, London‘Spriggan’ – The Parkland Walk  
Work Experience : ‘Fox’ – Made at a family day at Islington Ecology Centre
‘2000’ – St Katherine & St David’s School
Water Feature – Islington Ecology Centre  
 
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