Artist, Sculptress, Creator of Metalmorfission

Master in 3D Design, Consultant Curator

Consultant in Design, Architecture and Access.

M.A 3D design

B.A (Hon) Interior Architectural Design

City & Guilds Auto Cad 2


Honouree Member TWI*

Turner Prize nominee.

*TWI - World Centre for Materials Joining Technology


Solo Retrospective Exhibition

Metalmorfission Sculptures and Fabulous wide range of Gay's different Artistic Media


The Bottle Shop

7-8 Marine Dr, Margate CT9 1DH


6th March to 14th May 2017

Contact If you would like to meet Gay visit her Exhibition and enjoy the view over Margate Bay

(a few days available )


Gallery The-Triquetra-Sculptures-3 The-Triquetra-Sculptures-2 The-Triquetra-Sculptures The-Triquetra-Sculptures-gay-gower Behind-Hostile-Lines-size-800mm-x-500mm-projecting-200mm celtic-size-680mm-x-580mm-x-140mm Sculpture

The Triquetra Sculptures embody the concepts of Metalmorfission.


A symmetrical sculpture of three arcs, each free-standing.

Highly mirror polished stainless steel and gold finished anodised aluminium, brought together with the newest adhesive technology.


The design incorporates a lightness of movement that can include sound,illumination and motorisation.

An added dimension ensues with the optical reflections given by the steel.


Has received much publicity, reviews and filmed by BBC 1 television.


A figurative wall mounted 3D sculpture.

An allegorical interpretation of a person trapped in war.

The embodiment of fear and pain.

Mostly mild steel with rusted barbed wire and buckled mirror steel behind the eyes.

This free standing sculpture incorporates Gay's 21st century art of 'Metalmorfission' with Celtic symbols of mythological creatures including the Serpent (in high tensile bronze), the Stag (in red gun metal).

Flowers and Vine made from the molten metals of bronze, aluminium and copper on steel interlacings, with a Celtic Cross and square patterns around the base.

My 1st Metalmorfission Sculpture, 3D and wall mounted. Gained a 'Highly Recommended' in it's first Professional Open Art Exhibition.

Has received much publicity, reviews and filmed by BBC 1 television.


A provocative work that has caused strong reactions in some people due to its vivid imagery.


The media used are metallic paints, paper and metals; including brushed and polished stainless steel, polished rolled and gold anodised aluminium, plus polished copper.

Behind Hostile Lines

Size 800mm x 500mm projecting 200mm

Celtic Sculpture

Size 970mm x 970mm

Thiumph Ensued

Size 1110 x 850mm projecting 310mm

The Triquetra Sculptures

Size of installation 6metres Wide x 2m Deep x 2m High