Gary March British, b. 1968

Gary March  is a contemporary sculptor and designer of British and Afro-Caribbean descent. He is currently based in London, UK, where he lives and works. In 2003, he obtained a diploma in Architectural Stone Carving from the City & Guilds of London Art School.


He is known for his creative use of reclaimed and recycled materials and his practice explores the cross-sections between his identity, his culture and his local environment. His works have been included in various exhibitions such as “All Kind Of Naughty” with The Thames Group Of Artist and collaboration exhibition, “BLACK SUN” with Tadeus Blower at The Brixton Art Club (2021-2022). His artist profile was also featured on Africa FashionWeek London. March's works have been commissioned by the Methodist Church Green Lanes, Stoke Newington, London to produce a wooden bench in June (2020). He also produced another commission, the Mother Earth grotesque sculpture, which is permanently located on the façade of WindsorCastle Saint George Chapel (2006).