Hazel Reeves

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Hazel Reeves is one of the Sculpture Tutors at Morley, who loves teaching in the dedicated Pelham Hall Sculpture Studio. She teaches ‘Portrait Head and Expression: Sculpture Master Class’ at Easter each year, wanting to help students breathe life and expression into their clay work.

Hazel’s passion is for telling stories in bronze of struggles for social justice and redressing the lack of women represented, one statue at a time. She is perhaps best known for her bronze public commissions such as Sir Nigel Gresley at King’s Cross Station, the women biscuit factory workers – the Cracker Packers – in Carlisle, Elizabeth Wolstenholme Elmy in Congleton and suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst in Manchester, winner of the Marsh Award for Excellence in Public Sculpture 2021.