Clahane, Daniel


During his degree at Canterbury College of Art, Danny began carving stone and immersing himself in the world of sculpture, it was during this time that he first worked as an assistant with the Sculptor Stephen Cox carving very large granite sculptures destined for the Broadgate, Liverpool Street, London.

Whilst working on his MA at Wimbledon School of Art he began working for the sculptor Glynn Williams at the Royal College of Art, as well as continuing to work for Stephen Cox on various projects, during this period he completed his first public commission for Morden Library.

Following his MA at  Wimbledon Danny continued living in London and worked as an assistant to both Stephen Cox and Glynn Williams, whilst continuing to develop his own studio work and working to commission notably a St Anthony and a St Paul, for a new church in Harringay London.

From his studio in Kendal, Cumbria Danny continues to create work primarily in stone for exhibition and to commission, completing various projects including work for the Open University, Tyne Tees Television and many public and private commissions.

Danny Clahane’s Website