BA Hons Fine Art Sculpture, Wimbledon School of Art.
"I use wire to create sculptures. Each sculpture that I make is a three-dimensional drawing with the wires representing a quality of line. Birds are my main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is my primary concern. I find that wire has a spontaneity that can give my sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
The materials that I use are mainly sourced from scrapyards and include recycled colourful wires from telephone and electrical cabling."
Celia Smith works from her studio in Wiltshire. She has been involved in a number of residencies including a craft residency in the Shetland Islands and studying migratory Whooper swans in Norfolk.