Jonathan Loxley is known for sculpture.
Biography Jonathan Loxley
Jonathan Loxley was born in 1960. His father was a fighter pilot and
this meant that Loxley traveled widely throughout his youth. Between
1979 and 1981, Loxley studied marble sculpture techniques in Florence,
After leaving education, Loxley painted stage sets and created
sculptures for film and theatre sets. He worked on set design for such
cult films as Labyrinth and A Fish Called Wanda. In 1989, Loxley
established a studio in Carrara, Italy, and began on his current path.
He had several exhibitions in Italy, and across Europe, and then in
1993, was commissioned by David Bowie to create a sculpture to celebrate
Bowie's marriage to Iman. In 1999
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