Award winning Artists Valda Jackson MRSS (Member of the Royal Society of Sculptors) and Rodney Harris MRSS, collaborate on public art projects.  They have been commissioned by a range of public and private clients across the UK for brick relief sculpture within new architecture.

Valda Jackson is a writer, sculptor, painter and printmaker. Her most recent written work was published in "Closure", Contemporary Black British Short Stories, edited by Jacob Ross. Her paintings have been shown at the National Portrait Gallery, London, and RWA, Bristol.

Rodney Harris is a Sculptor and Printmaker. He was the Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residence at Bristol University 2015/16, Sculptor in Residence at Liverpool University during European Capital of Culture 2008 and is a QEST Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust scholar. He is also co-founder of the Earth Art Gallery at Bristol University.

"Four Brick Reliefs", commissioned by the Peabody Trust at the St. John Hill’s Estate in Clapham, London, won the Marsh Award special prize for Excellence in Public Sculpture from the Public Monuments and Sculpture Association (PMSA) in 2017.

Valda Jackson and Rodney Harris receiving the award from the Duke of Gloucester.

Selected Clients:


Public Monuments and Sculpture Association

Cambridge Investment Partnership.

Bristol City Council.

Vale of White Horse District Council, Didcot, Oxfordshire.

Newport City Council


Kingfisher Homes, Newmarket.

Lightmoor Housing, Telford.

Shield Retail Centre, Filton.

Marsh Christian Trust