Jeremy Guy grew up in a small town in the English countryside. In 2001 he graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University with an Honour BA in Product Design and began working full time as a sculptor. Early in his career he was naturally inspired by the contemporary work of fellow British sculptors—Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth. Guy’s abstract sculptures have also always been inspired by nature—especially time spent near water. In 2007, he emigrated to Canada. His modern stone, engineered stone and stainless steel pieces are found in both private and public collections around the world. Most notably, the Place du Casino (Casino Square) in Monte-Carlo, M2M Colombo in Sri Lanka, Queen Ethelburga’s College Sculpture Park in the UK, Orchard Residences in Singapore, the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Baltimore, The Peninsula in Miami, Florida, The Ritz-Carlton in Toronto—in California, New York and Las Vegas.
"In my own abstract work, I am acutely aware that nature champions great design. From the shaping of a beach pebble through years of tidal and elemental erosion to the myriad forms found in biology, I am often awestruck. My work conveys a sense of balance and peace as I strive to seek a seemingly impossible equilibrium between the simple elegance and dynamic complexity of the world in which we live." Jeremy Guy