Rodney Munday
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Rodney Munday began sculpting professionally in the early 1990s. He exhibited annually at the Chelsea Flower Show and other Royal Horticultural Society Shows from 1995 - 2004. He has exhibited at Journées des Plantes at Courson in France, and at Olympia. In 2004 his work was selected for the Chichester Festivities. In 2005 it was selected again; he was shortlisted to produce a copper wall and doors for the Grand Opera House in Belfast; and he won the gold medal for sculpture at the 11th Salon D'art du Colombier at St. Arnoult- en-Yvelines, near Paris. In 2006, he complemented that medal with one for the sculpture most popular with children. He has held solo exhibitions at Gallery 27 in Cork Street, London, and the Oxmarket Gallery in Chichester, and in 2007 will be solo sculptor at a month long exhibition at the gallery Art Present in the centre of Paris. His essay, The Myth of the Artist (qv) was published in The Salisbury Review in 2005.

Rodney's worldwide clientele includes a multinational pharmaceutical company. In 2007 his statue of St. Edmund of Abingdon is to be be unveiled in Oxford University by the Rt. Hon. Lord Patten.