Rick Kirby (born 1952) is an English sculptor born in Gillingham, Kent.
Kirby started sculpting in stone before moving to use welded steel, for which he is better known.
Rick’s sculptures remain in permanent display throughout the length and breadth of the country – from Glasgow in the north to London, Kent and Suffolk in the south. The advantage of this, he says, is that not only can thousands of people see them, but he himself can return to see them again and again. Each piece he creates carries a part of him and marks a particular period in his development as an artist.
‘Turks House’, Dassels, Braughing, Ware, Hertfordshire