When working in stainless steel I find the interaction between the light and the steel holds an unpredictable and exciting dimension that can’t be known until the piece is complete.  Very different effects are seen in the same piece depending upon whether it is in full daylight, or a rainy day with raindrops sparkling and moving, or the setting sun reflects off snow turning the bright steel a mellow amber or pink.

~Christopher E Green, sculptor

Waiting for News, stainless steel on oak bench, lifesize, 2009


Christopher E. Green was born in London, and lived in England until locating to New York, USA in 2007.  He studied fine art at Kent Institute of Art & Design, Canterbury and then later studied at the University of Kent, Canterbury, [Psychology BSc (Hons)].  He is a former Member of Surrey Sculptors’ Society, England.

Christopher sculpts mainly in stone and stainless steel.  His work has been exhibited at the following locations in England:

Chichester Cathedral, Sussex; Borde Hill Country Park, Sussex; Royal Horticultural Society, Wisley, Surrey; Polesden Lacey Country Park, Surrey; Royal Windsor Great Park; King Edward Private School, Surrey. 

Additionally, galleries in London, Brighton, Canterbury, Chichester and a corporate exhibition at Pfizer Limited, Surrey, England.  Corporate commissions include two large stainless steel sculputes for the the prestigious ‘Knightsbridge Apartments’ opposite Harrod’s, London

He has also had a solo exhibition at the NOHO Gallery, Chelsea, Manhattan NY.

Christopher undertakes commissions – both private and corporate.

Most days Christopher can be reached at his studio in Katonah, NY – see contact page.