AWARDS & WORKS

DAVID A ANNAND

AWARDS & COMMISSIONS

2019
• Niel Gow Memorial Dunkeld
University Hospital Limerick
• Respite
, Black Bitch, Linlithgow.

2018
Commission in Guildford on New War Memorial.
• Capt. Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown memorial Edinburgh Airport.

2017
• Carron Water ornamental barrirers in Denny.
• Chris Meek Memorial Mallory Park.
• The Wolf of Badenoch Elgin.

2016
• Trimond for Wishaw in three schools.
• Serg. Robert Quigg VC Bushmills.
• Leith Rules Golfer.

2015
• Maidenhead and Kirkby.
• Mary Queen of Scots.

2014
• Private Todger Jones VC DCM memorial,  Runcorn.
• The Seam, Ormiston Health Centre.

2013
Finished Tondu Wales.
• Bishop Henry Wardlaw
, Founder of St Andrews University 1413, (Preservation Trust Award).
• 7 Cheviot Sheep for Locherbie.
• Adrian Newey, Red Bull designer Mallory Park.

2012
• Sir John Dankworth Memorial winner.
• Breaking the Crust, aluminium workers Memorial Inverlochy unveiled.
• Confluence in Bridgend, Wales.
Major private commissions in Glasgow (Chic Murray and Billy Connnoly).

2011
Installed Silent Dog by Lynn C Doyle for Downpatrick. Unveiled Robbie Dunlop Memorial in Ballymoney.
Cardinal Wolsey unveiled (110% life-size) for Ipswich. Wolsey Sculpture wins Highly Commended in Ipswich Society Architectural Awards.
• First Minister Alex Salmond bust unveiled.

2010
Unveiling of Light of the City in Stoke on Trent 2nd June.
Unveiling the Rory Gallagher Memorial for Ballyshannon Ireland.
• West Highland Way Fort William and Ceol wins the best public art award in the Local Authority Members Association of Ireland.
• Dr. Winnie Ewing MSP portrait bust unveiled by Sir Sean Connery.

2009
Winner of a major commission in Ipswich to make a larger than life-size sculpture of Cardinal Wolsey
• Turfman about Seamus Heaney’s poem ‘Digging’ unveiled by himself in Bellaghy Northern Ireland.
• Ceol in Carlow with poet Deirdre Brennan.

2008
Working on commissions in the Republic of Ireland, Poole, Redruth, Lochgelly Fife and Dundee. Poets involved James Wilkes, Seamus Heaney, William Hershaw.

2007
Commissions in Wirral, Dalmarnock Road Roundabout Rutherglen Glasgow Belfast.

2006
Finished commissions in Mansfield Wirral and Hawick involving poet Kevin Fegan.

2005
Working on major commissions in The Wirral, Mansfield and in Ayr.
• Sir Stirling Moss lifesize figure for Mallory Park.
Completed the Steve Hislop memorial.
Major stainless steel commission in Exeter.
• The Writers in Braehead Renfrew.
Commissioning several poets to contribute work on the sculptures: Andy Brown Exeter, Colette Bryce in Renfrew.

2004
• Robert Fergusson Memorial for Edinburgh.
• Norman MacCaig for New Edinburgh Park.
Finished Timepiece Strood and Release Every Pattern Staines wins Spelthorne Award for Art in Development. Poets involved Leone Medlin and Richard Price

2003
Winner of a public Art commission in Strood Kent. Winner of a Public Art Commission in Staines.
• Roger Williamson Memorial. Donnington Racetrack.
• Tumbler Falls Dundee Kingsway Retail Park .
• Mike Hawthorn and Lofty England memorial for Goodwood Racetrack.
• Sir Jimmy Shand Memorial

• John Surtees for Mallory Park.

2002
Winner of the project to create a memorial to the poet Robert Fergusson (Edinburgh).
Major commissions for Scottish Enterprise Dundee, Fleet Hampshire and Perth Order and Chaos Port Talbot Wales.

2001
• Aberdeen Angus Bull unveiled by Prince Charles in presence of Queen Mother Alford Aberdeenshire.

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2001
• Declaration of Arbroath. Robert the Bruce and Bernard de Linton at the gateway to Arbroath.
Completed major commissions for BT Brentwood, and Maidstone.
• Civic Pride four bronze lions on pillars Barnet London.
• Double Helix Man Chesterfield Borough Council.

2000
Winner of the Bache Roundabout Commission Chester.

1999
• Gordon Highlanders Memorial Huntly.
• Roger Clark Memorial unveiled by his widow. Mallory Park.
• The NET unveiled in Fraserburgh.
• L’Arc unveiled in Basingstoke
Chelsea Flower Show part of Gold Medal Garden.
Winner of the Maidstone Commission for Whatman’s Field DNA arbour of double helices.

1998
Winner Dunbar Swimming Pool Sculpture competition The Girl and the Swan.
Colin Chapman Memorial at Mallory Park unveiled by his widow.
• Willie Spears Memorial, Eyemouth unveiled 17th May 98.
Winner of public art commission in Fraserburgh.
Winner of public art commission for Nokia in Farnborough.
Winner of public art commission in Basingstoke.
Public sculptures completed in Montrose dedicated to the poet Violet Jacob. Two pieces with five geese in flight and a large flight of seven bronze swans.
• The Strongman Hamilton part of a major themed public art and landscape commission nvolving fibre optics, bronze and stainless steel.

1997
British High Commission Hong Kong (designed by Terry Farrell Associates) Three Cranes in Flight.
Winner Birley Street Blackpool Public Sculpture Competition. Two bronze Dancers and poem on stainless steel by David Morley.
• Kelty Miners’ Memorial unveiled by Mick McGahey and Gordon Brown.
• Mike Hailwood Memorial unveiled by his widow, Geoff Duke and Phil Reid.

1996
Fife Police Headquarters. Policewoman and Child
Winner Strathcarron Hospice composition unveiled by Princess Anne
Baxters of Speyside, ‘Osprey and Grilse’.
Irvine Development Corporation Life-size Carthorse in bronze cast by Powderhall.

1995
Avonside Homes East Kilbride Commission Two Men Conversation Piece bronze
Tranent Massacre Memorial.
Winner of the competition to design a sculpture for Lord Street Wrexham, Wales.
• Y Bwa (the Arc) Civic Society Award.
Winner of the competition to design a sculpture for the Ashworth Roundabout, Blackpool, Helter-skelter.

1993
Dundee Technology Park Six Swans in Formation.
Baxters of Speyside Royal Stag cast by Powderhall Bronze unveiled by HRH Prince Charles.
North Kessock Primary School Competition Swans in Flight.

1992
Broughty Ferry Library Commission.

1991
Tugnet Ice House commission Osprey and Salmon.

1990
Open Eye Exhibition Edinburgh.
• Architectonic Bitch bought for Edinburgh City Art Centre.

1989
Winner Almswall Road Sculpture Competition Irvine Development Corporation.
Winner of the Perth High Street Sculpture Competition Perth Partnership Nae Day Sae Dark.

1988
Glasgow Garden Festival Man Feeding Seagulls now at Peterhead.

1987
Sir Otto Beit Medal, Royal Society of British Sculptors for Deer Leap.

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Ardea Cinerea.

1986
Scottish Development Agency Dundee Technology Park Deer Leap.

1976-82
Royal Scottish Academy Latimer Award, Royal Scottish Academy, Benno Schotz Award Royal Scottish Academy, Ireland Alloys Award.

PORTRAIT SCULPTURES IN PUBLIC PLACES INCLUDE:

• Councillor R. Gough Esq. C.B.E. J.P, Convener of Fife.
• Sir Michael Atiyah OM PRS, Sir Isaac Newton Institute Cambridge.
• Billy Kay
for Scottish Heritage Society Award.
• Robert Burns
from the Naismith painting the Burns Club Cupar.
• Jim Clark Memorial unveiled in Kilmany by Jackie Stewart.
Second edition at Mallory Park Leicestershire and Mike Hailwood Memorial unveiled by his widow, Geoff Duke and Phil Reid.
• King Robert de Brus and Bernard de Linton
“The Declaration of Arbroath”.
• Willie Spears, King-fisher Eyemouth.
• Colin Chapman of Lotus cars at Mallory Park.
• Robert Fergusson
, Canongate Edinburgh.

• Mike Hawthorn, Goodwood Racetrack.
• John Surtees
and Sir • Stirling Moss, Mallory Park.
• Edwin Morgan
, New Edinburgh Park.
• Roger Wiliamson
, Donnington Racetrack.
• Sir Jimmy Shand
, Auchtermuchty Fife. 
• Lord Baden Powell in Poole Dorset. 
• Rory Gallagher in Ballyshannon Ireland.
• Robbie Dunlop, Ballymoney Northern Ireland.
• Cardinal Wolsey
, Ipswich.
• Lynn C Doyle
, Downpatrick.
• Henry Wardlaw, St Andrews.
• Adrian Newey
, Mallory Park.
• Sir John Dankworth.

• Robert Quigg VC.
• Todger Jones VC
.
• Mary Queen of Scots
.
• Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown
.

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