Yorkshire artist, Shaun Gagg, sees possibilities where others see limits. Shaun’s latest large-scale sculpture incorporates coins, keys and other found objects into welded, functional, life-sized sculpture. His experimentation with natural elements such as slate and soapstone led him to early influencers, abstract sculptors Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore. When Shaun discovered the outdoor, naturalist art of Andy Goldsworthy, he was inspired to create bigger sculptures out of the environment and materials he found in Bridlington, where he lives and has a studio. Shaun created a series of stone monoliths—some as tall as eight feet—on the beaches of Flamborough, anonymously. His sculptures captivated the seaside community over the course of several seasons and marked Shaun’s first foray into public art. Shaun exhibits throughout the UK. He creates commissioned work for collectors and corporations from his Yorkshire studio.