Llewellyn Davies began sculpting as a four year old farm boy in Rhodesia. His idyllic childhood surrounded by the beauty of the Matabeleland bushveld captured his imagination and stimulated a lifelong love affair with sculpture.
After initially pursuing a farming career, at the age of 26, Llewellyn could no longer ignore the calling of sculpture expression, gave up farming and turned full time to his passion.
This versatile sculptor is a quiet achiever whose work is displayed around the world in large companies, as well as in the homes and offices of discerning private collectors.
Llewellyn lives and works in the Natal Midlands.
Every bronze that leaves the Llewellyn studio is a testimony to his insights, experience and love of the world around him. Versatility of expression is his great joy and strength and his talent for conveying movement and power gives his work a depth which affords lasting appeal. Treatment of realistic works varies from finely wrought detailed pieces through to heavily textured expressionism.
Llewellyn’s abstract works are created with a sensitive balance of form and movement embracing spiritual significance at many levels.