TESSA CAMPBELL FRASER

 

Exhibited sculptures exclusive to Beumée

Commissioned work accepted, please contact the gallery to discuss

TESSA CAMPBELL FRASER is one of the world’s finest bronze sculptors living today. Her attention to detail is outstanding, she breathes life into bronze and is able to capture both the physical beauty and presence of her subject like no other. Her sculptures are held in prestigious private and public collections worldwide including those of Her Majesty the Queen, HRH Prince Fahd Salman, the Household Cavalry. As such, her work is considered a tangible asset and therefore popular with investors.

Tessa was born in Edinburgh in 1967, and spent her childhood in the Scottish Borders. Having studied at Chelsea School of Art, she established herself through the late 80s and 90s as one of the country’s leading equestrian and landscape artists, winning many awards and exhibiting work at the Royal Academy Summer Show, Sculpture at Goodwood, the Royal Institutes of Oil, Watercolour and Pastel Painters respectively, and solo shows at the Natural History Museum, London and the Tryon and Swann Gallery, Cork Street.

From 1996 her interest in animals and anatomy led her to focus on sculpting. She has since completed several major bronze commissions. In 2001 she was elected an Associate Member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. She was later made a Fellow of the Society in 2004.

An acclaimed sculptor, Tessa is covered much by the media, most recently she was featured on BBC ‘Country File’. On the programme she was seen with the Queen and ‘Estimate’ (one of more recent Royal Commissions) that was installed in the private gardens of Sandringham for HRH Queen Elizabeth II 90th birthday. The sculpture of 'Estimate' can also be seen on our website.

Beumée Contemporary Fine Art, work closely with Tessa Campbell Fraser and are the world’s foremost representative of her work. All sculptures exhibited by 'Beumée' cannot be seen or publicly acquired elsewhere.

Please contact the Gallery for viewings.