Samuel Allerton is a sculptor living in Franschhoek, outside of Cape Town where he has a home and a studio. He studied at Ampleforth College in England and the Slade in London before returning to South Africa to do a degree in sculpture at the Michaelis School of Fine Art at UCT where he was awarded a BAFA degree in sculpture with distinction. As an undergraduate he was awarded the Irma Stern bursary as well as remaining on the Dean’s Merit list throughout his studies. He has worked full time as a sculptor predominantly creating works for private collectors both locally and abroad. Samuel is strongly influenced by nature and the fate of the environment and his works exude a powerful primitive source that is timeless.