Jan Royce Gallery

Foundry owner and sculptor Seth Falconer lives in the KZN Midlands in South Africa. Alongside breeding Ngunis on a farm outside of Mooi River, he continues the decades-long family tradition of bronze casting through the lost wax process. A childhood spent in one of South Africa's first fine art foundries laid the foundation for the love of process and profound appreciation of bronze sculpture that informs Falconer's work today. He is currently exploring themes of mythology and whimsy in his sculptures. By reversing culturally embedded images of man and beast, Falconer introduces an element of playfulness to this classical sculptural medium.Foundry owner and sculptor Seth Falconer lives in the KZN Midlands in South Africa. Alongside breeding Ngunis on a farm outside of Mooi River, he continues the decades-long family tradition of bronze casting through the lost wax process. A childhood spent in one of South Africa's first fine art foundries laid the foundation for the love of process and profound appreciation of bronze sculpture that informs Falconer's work today. He is currently exploring themes of mythology and whimsy in his sculptures. By reversing culturally embedded images of man and beast, Falconer introduces an element of playfulness to this classical sculptural medium.