A play on of Hamlet's Ophelia and the untamed and uncontrollable. Ophelia's hair was wild and dishevelled. A representation of nature.AVAILABLE: www.sculptgallery.com
The inevitable degradation of matter and energy into the lowest possible state of inert uniformity; also the unstoppable & inevitable progression of time from the past to the future.SOLD:
Moksha, the Hindu path to enlightenment; a liberation from the cycle of life, death and karmic incarnation dependent the actions of previous livesSOLD:
'Last Light'. The pleasure and romance of experiencing the atmospheric ambience of the changing colours and light of the sky with the distant setting of the sun.SOLD:
Abscission is the parting of leaves, flowers or fruit from a plant genarally in the autumn. It can also mean a sudden separation or termination.
'Awaiting' questions thoughts about what lies beneath the soil and the juxtaposition of the dream of finding buried treasure and the brutalist extraction of materials
A singularity or collective has a point of origin. The stone is marble breccia; pieces of fragmented stone reformed by environmental forces.
Representing feelings of detachment great journeys Whether it’s a bird migrating or a flight on an airplane, everything becomes temporarily suspended.
Somethings true beauty may not be immediately apparent. The subject then becomes the consequence of actions and process.
As representation of the emotive responce of people gathering. 'First Light' is a celebration of the simple enjoyment of seeing the sun rise.
To mark three life long friends 50th birthdays. They come together as one representing their bond of friendship.
A cube broken and reasembled. It represents subjective and objective views of the mind. From inside looking out 'So Far' and outside looking in 'Closer too'.
A combination of two types of alabaster. The disc appears supended in time and space as in photograph.
Black lines cut into the stone creating feelings of entrapment. The dynamic angle of the lines symbolises struggle and a need to escape from 'within'.
An exploration of the natural texture of worked and unworked stone. Concentric rings and chiselled textures creating the notion of a weather front.
A combination of Polyphant soapstone, alabaster and acrylic. Commisioned to celebrate a 25th wedding anniversary and the bond of the family.
A sculpture with ethereal feelings during uplifting experiences. The translucent nature of Alabaster gives the the stone ability to use the element of light.
The 'Skydance' series looks exploring negative space. The inspiration is the shape of a birds wing using the negative impression rather than as a 'positive' form.
The first 'Skydance' and the use of the negative impression of a birds wing. Many birds use displays or 'wing clapping' as part of their 'Skydance' to attract a mate...
Using the influence of 'Skydance'. Creating the impression of natural radiating light or forms. Using angular and radiating lines to create light and shadow.
Also using the influence of 'Skydance'. The influence of natural wave, cloud and water forms combining radial, spiralling and curved pattern and line.
A Silver Wedding aniversary comission using lighting and water. The design was based on the prehistoric Standing Stones of Stenness.
Studies evolved from exploring the multiple sensory experiences. The sculpture was used in a photographic series of settings and locations.AVAILABLE: www.sculptgallery.com
An evolving progression on 'Aeolian' using Blue hearted Ancaster weatherbed stone. A site specific private comission created for a garden in Harlow.
A collection of studies created in the inspiring Brecken Beacons. Using Barbara Hepworth’s 'Pelagos' as an initial form, the shapes developed in a natural succession.AVAILABLE: www.sculptgallery.com
A reversal of roles; plinth rather than sculpture. A challenge was to create a contemporary style plinth without becoming the main visual attraction over the armillary sphere.