Simon Burns-Cox



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'A Second Home' Diaspro Marble 34 x 30 x 42.5 cm

'The First Kiss' Alabaster 29 x 11.5 x 28 cm

'FRANCE 1914 'made to commemorate the ending of The First World War in aid of Poppy Scotland

'The Dream 3' Marble 90 x 38 23 cm

'War and Peace 1' Marble and Polyphant 28 x 24 x 22 cm


Simon Burns-Cox has been working with Stone and Marble for a long time . He particularly enjoys the discipline of Lettering and has an abiding admiration for Eric Gill, the acknowledged master of that craft.
He loves working with Marble because of its texture and the potential of its many veins and colours. Although many of his pieces are abstractions, they have their origins in natural forms. They are domestic in scale and personality, designed not to shock but to please, to be nice to live with. He wants people to handle them, to look closely, and to be reminded of hidden things in the world around them.


Simon Burns-Cox has been a professional Sculptor for a long time working in Stone and Marble. He particularly enjoys the art of Lettering. He was trained initially in the UK working in Stone and then went to Rome Italy where he learnt the skills and techniques of Marble Sculpture from Italian artists and craftsmen.
He then worked at the Bath Artists Studios in Bath for six years and later moved to Edinburgh where he is now working at the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.
He exhibits regularly at The Royal West of England Academy in Bristol and at the RSA in Edinburgh. He also exhibits in a variety of private galleries and public exhibitions throughout the UK. He also offers tuition and courses in Sculpture and Lettering at The Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.