Since 1986, James Chedburn has exhibited both in France and around the world.
His works are present in public and private collections, such as the Post Office Museum in Paris or the Treger-Saint Sylvestre collection in Portugal.
His moving sculptures are an invitation to travel.
Flying ships, migratory birds or means of locomotion from another age, his creations have the elegance and candour of childhood, humorously suggesting a bygone era.
A dreamlike world in search of a better world.
Portrait, article by Patrick Le Fur, Artension, No. 150
General Dream James Chedburn, Lelia Mordoch Gallery Editions. France
Cover and article, Artension, 131: DIY? The art of the 21st century.
Series of tea towels and aprons drawings extracted from sketchbooks.
Alma Mater, France
Is Angoisse soluble in art?, editions Galerie Lelia Mordoch. France
Series of six T-shirts from the pages of my sketchbooks. Alma Mater, France
Art HOP black humor. Yak Rivais. Eden. France
From the Rooster to the Ane. The Funambule, Threshold. France.
Seven cardboard automaton boards. Museum of Automata, York, G.B.
A Dragon’s Tail (children’s album). W. Publishing GB.
2019 – “Steamship Shoestring,” Museu do Calçado, Joao de Madeira, Portugal
2016 – Sculpture “Mercury,” Musée de la Poste, Paris
2006 – Two sculptures Cat Museum, Yokohama, Japan
2005 – Sculpture “Snail” Wright State University. Dayton, USA.
2003 – Sculpture “The Nuclear Family” for the permanent collection of the Museum of the Automaton, Souillac (46), France.
2001 – Six sculptures for the permanent collection of the Musée de l’Erotisme, Paris, France
2000 – Millennium Fountain created by more than 200 schoolchildren for the city of Yerres (91), France.
2012 – Sculpture Prize59th Charenton Salon, Charenton-le-Pont (94 )
2009 – Seagulls Prize (1st Sculpture Prize), Charentes-Maritimes General Council, La Rochelle (17 )
1993 –1st prize of sculpture, Amneville (57), France