Scottish sculptor based in Kilmany, Fife. He studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee, taught art at a secondary school and became a full-time sculptor in 1988. He has carried out public sculpture commissions throughout the UK and beyond, including: Deer Leap, Dundee (1988, awarded the Sir Otto Beit Medal); Helter Skelter, Blackpool (1995); Three Cranes in Flight, 1997, Hong Kong; Miners’ Memorial, Kelty, Fife (1997, unveiled by Mick McGahey and Gordon Brown); and Light of the City, Stoke-on-Trent, 2010.
Bibliography: David A. Annand website; T. Cavanagh, Public Sculpture of Leicestershire and Rutland, Liverpool, 2000, pp. 65–69, 215, 216; R. Cocke, Public Sculpture of Norfolk and Suffolk, Liverpool, 2013, p. 167; D.A. Cross, Public Sculpture of Lancashire and Cumbria, Liverpool, 2017, pp. 27, 30; R. McKenzie, Public Sculpture of Edinburgh (2 vols), Liverpool, 2018, vol. 1, pp. 54–59, 398, 400; E. Morris and E. Roberts, Public Sculpture of Cheshire and Merseyside, Liverpool, 2012, pp. 70–71, 121–22; J. Seddon et al, Public Sculpture of Sussex, Liverpool, 2014, p. 139.
Ray McKenzie 2018