Paul Bloom

A little about me

Plan for Fountain
My drawings follow themes of trials, expectation, discovery, disgust and regret.These drawings reference nature, technology gone wrong and the body, through exploring and adapting nonsensical inventions and physical moments.

My Micro-sculpture pieces are small and persuasive, luring you in to a complex hidden space . They follow biomechanical forms, using translucency and multiple layers to describe 'hidden emotions'. They are both beautiful and sinister, and often in good humour.

Paul Graduated from an MA in silversmithing at London Guild Hall in 2002. He has been a designer/maker since 1995. He is a voluntary technician for the Blyth Gallery at Imperial College London (since 2004).