David Norris studied sculpture at The Royal Academy Schools, winning the silver medal for portraiture, two bronze medals and the coveted Landseer prize. Works range from large to small, in the round and relief, in bronze and precious metals. His subject matter concentrates on the human form and wildlife.
Many works have gone out to the Middle East, the tallest a 3 meters high "Mallard Landing" fountain for the Royal Palace Ruwi, the smallest the coinage for the Oman.
David Norris is a Fellow of the Royal Society of British Sculptors.
Life size figure of President Abraham Lincon, cast in bronze, for Star Cruises.
Large relief depicting notable victories at the Linas-Monthery track, Belgium. Cast into bronze.
Life + ¼ bust of Queen Lili Voukalani, last Queen of Hawaii, cast into bronze.
Life size figure of President F. Roosefelt.
Relief showing various major events at the race track, Reims.
Exhibited wild life bronzes, Cork Street.
1.75 meter high bronze sculpture of "Teal Springing" for Gretna Green Museum.
Reliefs of footballers for the European Cup Championships.
Norwegian Cruise Lines. Three pieces of stainless steel and brass sculptures for the atrium of the "Norwegian Star".
Sir William Lyons, founder of Jaguar Cars. Life and a quarter full figure, cast in bronze, for the Jaguar plant in Browns Lane, Coventry. Second cast for Coventry City.