Veda’s work is ultimately about fertility and regeneration. Her goal is to make thoughtful works of beauty, which enhance the viewers’ perspective.

Veda came to sculpture after a successful career in other fields. Her main body of work is in bronze, based on organic shapes and the natural world of fruits, seeds, birds and butterflies.

Her fruits are a metaphor for the female figure with a sensual, subtle, twist and humour. The patinas are rich and individual.

The object of Veda’s ‘spill pieces’ is to engage the imagination – for the viewer to become creator, and delight in the impossible and fantastical.

Commissions are undertaken.

Selected Galleries and Exhibitions

Paragon Gallery – Cheltenham, 2013 – ongoing

Agora Contemporary  2017 – ongoing

Fresh Art Fair 2017 – ongoing

Affordable Art Fair (AAF) -(Kaleidoscope Arts) 2000 – 2016

Hicks Gallery – SW London, 1999 – ongoing

Albany Gallery – Cardiff, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2019 – ongoing

Art Parks – Guernsey, 2003 – 2019

Blackheath Gallery – London, 2011, 2012

The Royal Academy (Summer Exhibition) – London, 2001

Co-founder of Pop Up Gallery ‘Kaleidoscope Arts’

Ceramics and sculpture teacher 1979-2008.

Annual artist in residence at Bronze Age (Simons Town, South Africa) 2002–2009.

Included in ‘Who’s Who in Art’, & ‘World Who’s Who of Women’ publications.


Advanced Course in Ceramics, from the Artesenal de Miraflores, Lima, Peru, 1975.

Diploma of Further Education Fine and Applied Arts (Ceramics) London – Guildhall University 1994.

Adult Education London– Sculpture 1985–1999.

Veda has shown 2 bronzes at the Summer Exhibition and
she sold 23 copies of her works during the show.