About me

I have over 20 years of experience and success in the creation of high quality artwork designed to withstand the rigours of the public space. Works have been in 3 dimensions, as well as ground and wall based relief. Over the years I have made new works for town centres, community gardens, public recreation grounds, local authority buildings, housing association developments as well as libraries, hospitals and health centres.

Monday, 26 January 2009

Selby Time Line - Clay Relief



















Trade & Transport

The Selby Canal was opened in 1776 linking Selby to Leeds. As a result, the town of Selby flourished, with a custom house which enabled traffic to proceed straight to the North Sea without stopping at Hull.
Today it is used almost entirely by leisure boats.
Selby Railway Station was the first railway station in Yorkshire, again linking Selby with Leeds. Goods were transported to Selby by train and then continued their journey to Hull and beyond along the Ouse by boat.

The original sketch drawings have been modeled in low relief. These will be cast and included in the patterns for the cast iron time Line sections.

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