Some recent pictures
Below a small selection of pictures of work done over the last fifteen or so years – not in any particular order. More to follow as I get time to add pictures.
Medicine Wheel – 2009
Designed with students from Clacton High School, based on the American Indian Medicine wheel. English Oak – 9ft high – 2 tons.
Swiss Dragon – 2008
Feng Shui Dragon – carved for a client in Switzerland from English Oak –
about 40ft long
Butterfly Seat 2009
A memorial seat in Kiln Dried English Oak
Qatar – 2010
“Merlion” lantern – bamboo, withies and tissue paper – 7 metres high
Hilltop School – Essex 2010
Alice in Wonderland Seat
Woodbridge School – 2008
Reepham School – Norfolk
“Peace monument” 2005 Coppins Green /Clacton- Concrete and blocks – with a thousand ceramic tiles from the children, local veterans, British Legion, staff, etc. etc. using the themes of ” Seek Peace” “Stop War” “Love Life”
Lambton Sundial 2007 – A mound of Earth in a Fibonacci Spiral, monumental sandstone hourstones, and a 60ft Gnomon created from recycled railway track.
As far as I know “The biggest Sundial in Britain” .
“Water Dragon” Somerset , On the site of Glastonbury Festival – around 1998.
About 60ft long – built by damming a small stream – concrete and steel with a covering of split local stone , rocks and crystals.
” the Clayman” – A bizarre event involving a Dream, a Search , a Brickyard, a Deep hole in the Clay, a Discovery, a Brick-Kiln, a Firing lasting Four Days, and eventually a touring performance event……. good fun.
12ft high – created with local people/schoolchildren – from mosaics and bricks from the nearby brickworks.
me – sawing – Sandringham 2004
this was a period from about 1990 to 1999 working with companies like Welfare State International, Dragonfire and Walk the Plank – BIG outdoor shows with huge audiences , lights , sound, spectacular fireworks etc – and these big puppets –
Lots of them from DICKENS like Sykes DOG and SCROOGE (above) — also lots and lots of FIRESCULPTURE ——-
And here are some more DRAGONS –
which I have now grown out of …….probably
Crow Tree –
near Bawdsey –
NOT a sculpture – just a nice photo……..