In Martyn Bednarczuk’s skilled hands the traditional arts of sculpting and carving continue to thrive. With talents inherited from his father who started the business over 40 years ago, Martyn is one of only a few members of the Master Carvers Association and, as such, his services are in much demand for both contemporary and traditional work.

Martyn Bednarczuk is recognised for his artistic talent and for being able to carve many different disciplines. He is able to sculpt portraits in bronze or wood to the finest detail.

He works closely with designers and architects creating period interiors, private, public and corporate art to match clients’ artistic preferences. His diversity is expressed through a wide range of contemporary and period designs.

He specialises in Architectural carving, Ornamental carving, Gilding, 16th & 17th century English oak furniture and Sculptural and Figure work.

Martyn’s varied talents extend to such areas as:

Wildlife Sculptures
Figurative Sculptures
Water Features
Equestrian Features
Landscape Features
Public and Private Commissions

With materials including stone, marble, bronze and wood, this sculptor and master carver brings a unique presence to hotel foyers, leisure facilities, spas, gardens, grounds, fountains, public parks and many other areas.

Martyn’s lifelike portrayals of wildlife, equestrian and domestic animals have to be seen to be fully appreciated, so please browse our gallery page and then contact us with any enquiry.



Having been an animal and nature lover from a young age, it is not surprising that animal subjects have provided the inspiration for Janice’s paintings since her school days and training at Blackburn College, where she gained her Diploma in Art.

As a highly talented and creative individual, Janice’s artistic career has included work in the fields of graphic design, photography and interior design; as well as mural painting and sculpture. However, her first love and true vocation is working with oils on canvas to produce truly stunning wildlife art.

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