David Williams-Ellis is a British sculpture whose primary subject matter is the human figure. He is celebrated as one of the world’s leading sculptors whose commissions of both humans and animals have brought him international acclaim. David works primarily in clay before casting in bronze, silver or glass. David has exhibited internationally from Japan and Hong Kong, to the US and throughout Europe. On 6th June 2019 David’s biggest project to date, the D-Day Sculpture, was unveiled in Normandy above Gold beach by the President of France and the Prime Minister. The experience of Normandy has reaffirmed to David the importance of the relationship between his work and the viewer. Going forward David intends to continue to use movement, energy and poise to achieve dynamic and thoughtful works and compositions. He put this into practice during lockdown whilst sculpting a twice lifesize sculpture for a private commission.