Hazel Reeves MRBS SWA FRSA is a gifted figurative sculptor. Her portraits show a rare sensitivity, while her series of bonze dancers exude the joy of dance. Hazel also works to commission. In 2016 her monumental bronze of Sir Nigel Gresley, the eminent railway engineer, was unveiled at King’s Cross station. Hazel’s bronze sculpture of Sadako Sasaki, commissioned for a peace garden in Wales, continues to inspire peace activism. Hazel’s sculptures have been exhibited in over 60 galleries, museums and sculpture gardens across the UK. She is on the Council of the Society of Women Artists, is a Member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors and a Fellow of the RSA. Hazel has also been a sculptural advisor to the Hove Plinth initiative from the start.