Hello! I make both abstract and figurative sculptures, in a variety of media. Please take look at the examples below.

In 2018 I won the Bath Society of Artists Sculpture Prize. In 2019 I have had another successful year of exhibiting, for instance with the Cotswold Sculptors Association in Malmesbury, in a joint exhibition ‘Elphick and Elphick Unlimited’ with my wife Deirdre (painter) in Bristol, at our local ‘5 Fringe Fest’ and most recently at the Royal West of England Academy Open Exhibition.

I am a co-founder of the Cotswold Sculptors Association, an Associate Artist at 44AD Artspace in Bath, and a member of the Sculpture Group at Bath Artist Studios. I mainly work from my studio at home in bronze, stone and wood.

I do not sell from my website and at present I am concentrating on making new work, but please feel free to contact me if you are interested in having something made.

Please click or scroll down to see examples of my work:



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Above: Joint commission with Deirdre Elphick (painter). Bronze, height approx 1.5m.

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Above: ‘Woman Rising’, bronze, height 78cm. For sale.

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Above: ‘Handbowl’, bronze, approx 30cm diameter. For Sale.

















Public exhibition:

16M open on stand

’16 Million’ project. A book of 16 million dots, commemorating the First World War.




‘Templates of the Brain’. A box of transparent sheets, representing a variety of schools of thought and their differing approaches to the mind and brain.


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The Casting Out’. A tableau of figures showing the responses of a small community to a medieval ‘leper’ (the dynamics of social exclusion).



Contact: martinelphick1@icloud.com


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