Paul Huxley has contributed a small sculpture to Cure cubed, a project devised by Artwise Curators to raise funds for the charity, Cure Parkinson’s – a charity which funds vital research into ways to slow, stop and reverse the degenerative disease, Parkinson’s.

Along with over eighty other artists, Huxley has made a work contained within a 20 x 20 x 20cm Perspex box. His piece comprises five geometric forms, made from hardwood, two of them painted blue, precariously balanced as if frozen in time. Entitled ‘Fermata’, it is an extension of his other larger abstract sculptures in painted steel and recent paintings by the same title in the forthcoming Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 6th October 2020 – 3rd January 2021.

The works are currently going up online at and will be on view physically at Bonhams, London 5th – 8th September 2020 (ticketed entrance). 

Works may be purchased online from 8am on 8th September 2020.

Fermata, 2020

Perspex cube, wood and acrylic paint

20 x 20 x 20 cm