Sculptural work

‘The Sculptor’ – Recycled metal, resin, gold leaf.  This should be viewed while listening to the spoken recording below the image. Inspired by Aeolian (natural wind shaping) processes.

Version 2

‘The plight of the honey bee’ – Recycled mirror, gold leaf, olive tree pollen, lifeless bee.


‘Sketch against the sky 1’ – recycled farm wire


‘Sketch against the sky 2’ – recycled farm wire





‘Architectural shaping’ – recycled metal, wood, mirror

Version 2

‘Sun rise, Sun set’ – Hollowed out tree trunk on stone plinth



‘Tree shaping’ – Various wood, gold leaf


After a visit to a car wreckage scrap yard I began experimenting with printing techniques.  A couple of the pieces are under the printing menu.  The inspiration for the sculpture below came from seeing human hand imprints on a crashed windscreen in the yard.  It is made using the smashed windscreen glass I collected there, the remainder coming from a large pane of toughened glass which I shattered. This was a very emotional piece to work on.


Below:  ‘Spirits rising’ took many months to make, it was a very gradual process of experimenting and finally placing and layering and waiting for the layers to dry before repeating and shaping.