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Matthew Warburton AluminiumArt #Cafdgg November 2020



Matthew Warburton uses traditional and modern forming techniques to create Aluminium sculptures


Aluminium artforms made using traditional and modern forming techniques.

A little bit about the road to Aluminiumart.

Matthew Warburton’s first job was as a coachbuilder in the late 80’s making body panels from scratch then moved to Quality Engineering in a mass production environment.  Involved with prototype vehicles and engineered parts valuable skills were gained along the way. Today he combines skills from old and new to create unique and beautiful pieces.

Working from his studio from the heart of the National Forrest, Ashby de la Zouch, he creates pieces of art in aluminium for all to enjoy.

He takes pleasure in working with aluminium due to its longevity; maintaining its original colour and beauty as it ages.

He makes decorative pieces, outdoor ornaments, sculptures and also accepts commissions. Items can be personalised and discussion can be had to bring your ideas to life as commissions are taken.