South African born Sam Loggie is a London based sculptor focusing on the human form. She completed her first life size portrait bust in terracotta clay when she was just 14 years old which was subsequently exhibited at the National Art Museum in Pretoria. She studied at The Slade School of Art (UCL) and completed a course in Figurative Sculpture. Fascinated by the bodies athletic form, Loggie’s figurative bronze sculptures reflects the mix of strength and vulnerability found within the physique. Inspired by classical and ancient forms, Loggie’s dynamic and powerful work is perfectly suited to a contemporary or traditional environment. Sam’s work is held in private collections in the UK, North America, the Middle East and South Africa. Each piece is available in a limited edition of 8, and once all 8 have sold, the original cast is destroyed. A variety of finishes and choice of bases is available for each sculpture and Sam Loggie often takes on commissions for pure bronze sculptures.