David Williams-Ellis (b. 1959) is an internationally recognised sculptor whose work focuses on the human figure. He developed his style in the school of Nerina Simi in Italy, only taking up sculpture after studying at the Sir John Cass School of Art. His most recent project has been the D-Day Memorial Sculpture to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, which was accompanied by a very successful exhibition of maquettes at Portland Gallery.

David lives and works in Oxfordshire.
Exhibitions include2014 Portland Gallery, Elementals
2012 The Masterpiece Exhibition, London
~ The Albany Gallery, Cardiff, Wales
2008 The Secret Garden Exhibition, Dublin
2007 The Rarity Gallery, Mykonos, Greece
~ Oriel Plas, Glyn-y-Weddw, Wales
2006 Albany Gallery, Cardiff, Wales
~ Villa D'Este, Como, Italy
2005 XVA Gallery, Dubai, U.A.E
2003 Robert Bowman Gallery,London
1999 Cadogan Contemporary Gallery, Lond
~ The Bank of Ireland, Dublin
1998 Albany Gallery, Cardiff, Wales
1996 La Cymaise, Paris
1995 Sladmore Gallery, London
1993 Oriel Plas, Glyn-y-Weddw, Wales
~ The Deities, Tatsumi Collection, St. James, London
1990 Contemporary Sculpture Centre, Tokyo, Japan


Recent Private and Public Works include

2012 Kyffin Williams for the Oriel Ynys Mon Gallery on Anglesey
2011 The Leapers - Commissioned for the IFC Centre, Shanghai
2010 The Sentinels - Private Commission
~ Macquette of the Wine Maidens - Private Commission
2009 Ray Gravell, Scarlets Stadium, Llanelli
~ The Nubian Girl - Private CommissionRecent Portrait Busts include

2018 Sir Kyffin Williams, Oriel Ynys Mon - commissioned by the Albany Gallery
~ Aberdeen Fishing Memorial, Aberdeen Maritime Museum
2016 Two Bronze Salmon - commissioned by Eden River's Trust
2013 Lawrence of Arabia for his birthplace at Tremadog, North Wales
2012 Private Commission of Husband and Wife
~ Private Commission for two Children
2011 Henry Hoare for C. Hoare & Co., London
2007 John Chichester Constable, Burton Constable Hall
~ Anthony Berry, Berry Brothers Wine Merchants
2006 John Monckton, The Knights of Malta
2004 Sir Denis Rooke, Loughborough University