Lloyd Le Blanc’s sculpture largely focuses on water and landscape features of indigenous and exotic birds and animals. His extensive knowledge of bronze casting gives his work huge scope.
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Lloyd Le Blanc has been making bronzes for a long time! After a scholarship to Yale in 1965 to study sculpture he has not looked back. Apart, that is, for a temporary blip working on an oil rig due to his meeting his English wife, Jude. Lloyd is usually to be found in the workshops either modelling clay or heaving sections of bronze aloft in the foundry, sometimes in a pair of Italian loafers. The foundry here at Saxby, created in 1973 in rural Leicestershire is the fifth (maybe more) that Lloyd has built having previously established foundries in New England ,California and Falmouth.