Allan Craig of Arc Designs learned the art of sculpting copper and pewter at Second City Studios, Glasgow in the late 1980s.
For the first few years, Allan produced pieces which were a fusion of traditional Celtic and 'Arts and Crafts' styles. Then, for a period of ten years, he designed and produced pieces exclusively for Liberty's of London. These pieces were a re-interpretation of the traditional 'Arts and Crafts' style, and included a range of mirrors, mantel clocks and lamp bases.
From this beginning, a new style gradually evolved, a style that is more abstract and contemporary with an organic feel to it.
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