Born 1948  
1967-71 University of Newcastle Upon Tyne.  BA (Hons) Fine Art.
1971-73 St. Martin’s School of Art, London.  Advanced Course in Sculpture.
1976-82 Part-time Lecturer in Sculpture
1982-84 Wilhelm Lehmbruck Scholarship, Duisburg, Germany.
1984 Triangle Artists’ Workshop, Pine Plains, NY, USA.
1984-2000 Part-time Lecturer in Sculpture
1985 Visiting Sculptor, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston,USA.
  Hardingham Sculpture Workshop, Norfolk.
1991 Picker Lectureship, Kingston Polytechnic.
1998 Fifth Guilin Yuzi Paradise International Sculpture Symposium, ___ _Guilin, China.
2007/08 Josef and Anni Albers Foundation Residency, Bethany, CN, USA.


One Person Exhibitions
1976 Acme Gallery, London
1990 Smith-Jariwala Gallery, London
1992 Smith-Jariwala Gallery, London
1995 Kapil Jariwala Gallery, London
2012 The Cut Arts Centre, Halesworth, Suffolk
2019 Done, Gone, Cleft; Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford


Two Person Exhibitions
1975 Sculptures by Charles Hewlings, paintings by John Frazer. ______ _Aberdare Gardens, London.
1980 Charles Hewlings, Sculptures; Patrick Jones, Paintings. Institute of_ _Contemporary Arts, London.
1984 Sculpture by C. Hewlings; Paintings by D. Lendrum.  The _ _ -__ _ _Showroom, London.
1986 Abstract Painting and Sculpture, Charles Hewlings and Gina _ _ __ _Medcalf.  Stockwell Depot, London.
2002 Making Space.  Drawings by Ron Shuebrook; Sculptures by _ __ _ _Charles Hewlings.  New York Studio School Gallery, New York.
  Making Space.  MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, Ontario, Canada.
2006 Space Described.  Charles Hewlings & Stephen Maas, Sculpture _ _in the Workplace.  One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London.


Group Exhibitions
1972 Platform ’73, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford.
1973 St. Martin’s School of Art, Painting & Sculpture, Gallery Lasson, __ _London.
1974 Tabernacle Street Studios, London._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _______ __ _ _
  Tabernacle Street Studios at the Playhouse Gallery, Harlow.
1977 Contemporary British Sculpture.  Battersea Park & Redfern Gallery, _London._______________ _______________ ________
  Opening Exhibition, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, Yorkshire.
1979 Arts Council Purchases & Awards.  Serpentine Gallery, _ __ _ _ _ _ _London._______ _
  Style in the 70’s.  Touring Exhibition._ __
  Current British Sculpture,  Norwich Festival Sculpture Exhibition.
  Amnesty Sculpture Exhibition, London.
1980 Sculpture at Hounslow, London.
1981 British Sculpture in the Twentieth Century, Whitechapel Art Gallery, _London.
1982 Lehmbruck-Stipendium.  Schmitz und Becker Galerie, Duisburg, __ _Germany.
1983 Die Wilhelm-Lehmbruck-Stipendiaten 1982/83.  Wilhelm Lehmbruck _Museum, Duisburg, Germany.
1984 Attitudes ’84.  Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, Yorks.___
  Sculpture on the Map, Canterbury.
1985 Sculpture at Cannizaro Park, London.
  Winter Exhibition, Sound Shore Gallery, Port Chester, NY, USA.
1986 The Triangle Show.  Smith’s Galleries, London.
  The Spirit of the Mass.  Wells Centre, Wells-next-the Sea, Norfolk.
  Sculpture in the City.  Bath Festival, Bath.
  Hardingham Sculpture Workshop.  Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art_ _University of East Anglia.
1987 Sculpture at Cannizaro Park, London.
  Sculpture at Canterbury.  Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury.
1988 Sculpture at Cannizaro Park, London.
  Sculpture at Canterbury ’88.  Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury.
  Fuse 1.  Fuse Gallery, London.
1989 Steel Sculpture.  Ardingly Sculpture Project, Sussex.
1990 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London.
  Sculpture at Cannizaro Park, London.
  Art ’90.  London Contemporary Art Fair.
1991 Opening Exhibition.  The Ironbridge Open Air Museum of Steel_ __ _Sculpture, Telford.
  Art ’91.  Olympia International Art Fair, London.
  First Choice.  Galerie Josine Bokhoven, Amsterdam.
1992 Millfield British 20th Century Sculpture Exhibition.  Millfield School,_ _Somerset.
  The Discerning Eye.  Mall Galleries, London.
1993 Galerie Dagmar, London.
1994 Bronze Works.  The Burlington New Gallery, London.
  The Summer Show.  Smith-Jariwala Gallery, London.
1995 Sculpture from Hardingham.  Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich.
  British Abstract Art, Part 2: Sculpture.  Flowers East Gallery, _ __ _ _London.
1997 Ten Years After.  Kapil Jariwala Gallery, London.
  Influx.  APT Gallery, London.
  Outdoor Sculpture Programme, Surrey Institute of Art & Design.
1998   Yuzi Paradise Sculpture Park, Guilin, China.
2006 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London.
2007 Rummage, Sculptors’ Drawings.  The Winchester Gallery, __ _ _ _ _Winchester.
2010 Decameron, New York Studio School Gallery, New York.
  Construction and its Shadow.  Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds.
2014 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London. Shortlisted for the
_Charles Wollaston Award.
2015 Construction Industry: Contemporary Assemblage, Construction and Relief, A.P.T. Gallery, London
2017 Passionate Process, APT Gallery, London - catalogue
Concrete + Clay, Beacon Bureau at Roaming Room, London
2019 The Size of Thoughts, White Conduit Projects, London
No Particular Place to Go? 35 years of sculpture at __ _ _ _ _Castlefield Gallery, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester.


Arts Council of England  
London Borough of Hounslow  
Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg  
St. Matthew’s Church, Brixton, London  
Yuzi Paradise Sculpture Park, Guilin, China  
Private collections in Great Britain, Germany and USA.  


2004 George Hofmann, Albany, NY, USA.


1979 Arts Council Major Award
1982 Wilhelm Lehmbruck Scholarship, Duisburg, Germany
1986 Visiting Artists Award, School of the Museum of Fine Art,__ _ _ __ _Boston, USA
2001 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant


Ben Jones, ‘A New Wave in Sculpture’, Artscribe, September 1977.  
Bryan Robertson, ‘New Faces’, Harpers & Queen, January 1976.  
John McEwen, ‘Aspects of British Sculpture’, Artforum, April 1978.  
Brendan Prendeville, ‘Charles Hewlings, Sculptures; Patrick Jones, Paintings’, _Exhibition catalogue, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, May 1980.  
‘British Sculpture in the Twentieth Century’, Exhibition catalogue, pp 217-219, _ _Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 1981.  
Helga Jorgens, ‘Die Wilhelm-Lehmbruck-Stipendiaten 1982/83’, Exhibition   _catalogue, Whilhelm-Lehmbruck-Museum, Duisburg, Germany, Nov. 1983.  
‘Bronze Works’, Exhibition catalogue, publ. Wimbledon School of Art, 1994.  
Sacha Craddock, Exhibition catalogue, Kapil Jariwala Gallery, 1995.  
David Cohen, ‘Charles Hewlings’, Galleries, July 1995.  
David Cohen, ‘London Reviews’, Sculpture, Sept-Oct 1995.  
Michael Glover, ‘London Review’, ARTnews, November 1995,  
John Cornall, ‘Influx’, Exhibition catalogue, APT Gallery, London, 1997.  
‘Guilin Yuzi Paradise International Sculpture Symposium, No. 3’, Exhibition ___ _catalogue, 1999.  
Piri Halasz, ‘Modernist Sculpture: Into the Light’, NY Arts Magazine, Vol.7 no 5, _2002.  
Karen Wilkin, At the Galleries, Partisan Review, No 3, 2002.  
‘Shaping Sculpture’ UAL publication to accompany International Sculpture _ _ _Centre Conference, April 2010, p.12.  
Ann Elliott, Sculpture at Canary Wharf: A Decade of Exhibitions, pp 110-111,
_116, 128-129, Canary Wharf Group, 2011.
Brendan Prendeville, 'The Angel's Ear and She Is Love: New Sculpture
_by Charles Hewlings', Exhibition catalogue, The Cut Art Centre, Halesworth,
_Suffolk, March 2012.
POOL, a studio conversation. Pamphlet, 2012  
Charles Hewlings, 'Supposals' AMBIT, Issue 220, Spring 2015  
Charles Hewlings, ‘Done, Gone, Cleft', pamphlet to accompany exhibition, _Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, October 2019.  




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