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handmade in hebden bridge

Bronze toad sculpture by Geckoman, John Noble-Milner, wildlife sculptor and artist
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Absolutely wonderful service!


Arrived promptly and perfectly and she loved it - a huge smile and happy memories of chasing hermit crabs in Milne Bay Papua New Guinea 30 years ago!

Justin H

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Geckoman is John Noble-Milner

a wildlife sculptor

working in bronze and ceramics

passionate about the environment

a carbon neutral business

handmade in hebden bridge

using recycled metals

powered by renewable energy

offsetting carbon emissions

making beautiful sculpture

art to feel good about

doing less harm to the planet

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Bronze tortoise sculpture by Geckoman, John Noble-Milner, wildlife sculptor
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Over the years we’ve met many wonderful and talented fellow artists and makers at fairs, markets and festivals. Sometimes we exhibit together as a pop-up gallery.

 

And we love getting out of the workshop and meeting all the lovely customers too!

 

We can’t attend any events at the moment so we hope you enjoy our little online gallery of beautiful handmade things.

Geckoman, John Noble-Milner, wildlife sculptor at WOMAD festival
Geckoman, John Noble-Milner, wildlife sculptor at York Christmas Market
Geckoman, John Noble-Milner, wildlife sculptor at WOMAD festival
Geckoman, John Noble-Milner, wildlife sculptor and artist
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Bronze frog sculpture by Geckoman, John Noble-Milner, wildlife sculptor and artist
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Between the 1st - 3rd October the artists and makers of Hebden Bridge and surrounding towns and villages are inviting you to come and see what we’ve been working on lately.

 

Come and take a peek behind the scenes of over 80 studios and workshops. View our finished work and work in progress, buy artwork and find out more about our techniques, process and our inspiration.

 

Opening times are 11am – 5pm.

 

You're welcome to visit my workshop outside these dates and times, but by appointment only as it is usually a working space.

 

There’s a map and more details about how to find us here, along with information about all the participating artists. We also have a lovely little A6 booklet and printed map so you can plan your route around the studios. We’ll have them when you visit or you can order one here for just the price of the stamp.