Nigel Williams creates sculpture from sheet metal (copper, steel, brass, aluminium) and other materials, mostly re-cycled from their previous diverse applications.

For details of exhibitions of work by Nigel Williams, please click here.

"Your sculptures really impress me. They are so alive....
They are special sculptures that transmit energy... like the process of life, the union of nature and science..."
María Elena Rodríguez-La Rosa, Sculptress - Lima, Peru

"Wow - and so beautifully made..."
Carol Orwin, Sculptor and teacher - Guildford, UK

"Love the work: really quirky, and beautifully produced. Really imaginative..."
Keith Appleby, Sculptor and lecturer - Oxfordshire, UK

"Bloody marvellous! "
Jim Crockatt, Curator - Berkshire, UK

"Your recent pieces are fabulous, they really make me smile and are so witty."
Kate Rank, Art Teacher - Worcestershire, UK

"The joy when experiencing your work is huge. Lots of admiration and plenty of laughter!"
Jo Swait, Gallery Manager for Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen - Cheltenham, UK

"You have become a master craftsman with your chosen materials. Beautifully made and some very intricate. You seem to combine so many references: to the industrial era, to pure organic forms, to works of a 19th century inventor, to works of sheer fantasy, to machines of practical application and probably many more."
Alan Coddington, Pioneer of interactive audio visual media, UK & Spain

"You bring joy and a smile to people's faces with your inventions."
Sarah Nand-Lal, Researcher - Wales, UK

"Delightfully eccentric"
Trish Lee, Arts Editor of the Newbury Weekly News - UK

"Really inspirational work!"
Michael Jansen, Public Art UK

"One of my favourite words describes the work: BONKERS!!!!! Beautiful work."
Blair Somerville, Automata Artist - Papatowai, New Zealand

"I have looked at your wonderfully eccentric sculptures. They are beautifully crafted and I can imagine their popularity with people who have grown up understanding and appreciating the craftmanship of every small nut and bolt and its part in the construction. You only have to sail down the Clyde on the Waverley and look at the engines to glimpse the respect that such a mighty engine could demand."
Karen Scotland, Owner & Curator, Caol Ruadh Sculpture Park - Scotland, UK

"You create inventive, original, surreal - in short: outstanding - sculpture, executed with great skill and an amazing care for detail."
Johannes von Stumm, sculptor and past President of the Royal Society of Sculptors - Oxfordshire, UK

"Your work is superb - in concept, execution and sheer eccentricity!"
Chris Woodcock, Owner of Spencer House Gallery - Tetbury, UK Spencer House Gallery

We are pleased to offer for sale the following sculptures (click on each image for details):

Self-generating Toupée Machine

Gossifer Aquatic
Cleansing Machine

Tactical Optic

Practical Hat
Opera Glasses

Thrussell & Trobbs
Foot-warmer, toe-tickler and...

Darfoni Pocket
Wireless Communicator

Arkington's Steam

Extraineometer MkVII

D.I.F. Novel Lupine
Chimney Evacuator
Cuprum fluenta  
Edwin Budding


Verutum sursumus
Yoruba transition The FarmStrong The Concentrator   The Pot-o'Tea'n Still  
The Massive Moth



Coronis oricalcinus
Calcerota frondibus   Sapien percuriosus  
Tormento pentaphylla
Monitor Medusa
Munitio sanduskia   Mixtec Maxtec  
Superhero's blowtorch
Teluma family Armamentia latifolia   Botanica Mechanica  
"Developed Frame"
Ferric Messenger
Fatal Mistake   Wise Afterwards  
Chun Caanica Ufarvia The Face of Orgonia  

For details of exhibitions of work by Nigel Williams, please click here.

If you would like to buy any sculptures, enquire about editions of sold pieces, or are interested in including work in an exhibition, please contact us for details of viewing and/or shipping arrangements.

New sculptures are being created all the time, and pieces can be sold or go off to exhibitions at any time, so please check back here regularly for updates.