Paul Roberts-Holmes (1964-2001) studied at Roehampton University and The Royal Academy Schools between 1984-1987. Roberts-Holmes' artistic practice focuses on the reclamation and reuse of found fragments that can no longer be used for their intended purpose. By using them in his sculptures, he gives these overlooked items a new value, whilst presenting them in a new context.
Roberts-Holmes is exhibited across the UK, and he had an exhibition at the New Art Centre in 1993, titled 'Wanderings'. His work is held in both public and private collections. A particularly acclaimed installation was commissioned for the Dorset County Hospital in 1999, that similarly uses found objects to create original sculptural compositions.