James Tait is primarily a sculptor, but also paints on paper. His works are abstract, but draw inspiration from the shapes and colours of the landscape. He works mainly with painted steel or wood and his aim is ‘to please the eye and feed the soul’.
James exhibits with the Surrey Sculpture Society and annually with AppArt shows. He has exhibited works at the Eton College Gallery, Royal Academy, Globe Gallery, Cranleigh Threes, and various open shows including Light Box open and London Group open. For the month of March 2014 James held a solo show of paintings and sculptures in the Robert Phillips Gallery, Walton on Thames.
He lives in Shepperton and works from his workshop in Hersham, Surrey