Owen Bullett studied sculpture at Central Saint Martins and Camberwell Colleges of Art in London, before going on to complete his Masters in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art in London in 2005.
Owen has had regular solo exhibitions since then, as well as taking part in group exhibitions across the UK and Europe. These have seen him exhibit at sites as varied as the Chelsea Physic Garden in London, Glyndebourne in Sussex, Coombe Trenchard in Devon, and the Forestry Commission’s Grizedale Forest in Cumbria. He is also a regularly invited to take part in residency programmes, which have so far seen him travel around UK and France, as well as to Malta and Belize.
In 2012, Owen won the ING Discerning Eye prize, and was subsequently invited to exhibit at the Bank’s London headquarters. His Sculptures are to be found in private collections around the world; both independently created works, and also special commissioned pieces made in response to particular sites in the UK, France, Turkey, the USA and Hong Kong. Current projects include a private sculpture garden in Hong Kong, and a number of private commissions within the UK.
Owen lives and works in London, England