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.
Sunday, 28 June 2009
Saturday, 27 June 2009
The details for this project are printed on the image above, to read please click on the image. These sketches were delivered to the client today. I still need to gather information relating to the project and will up date as and when I am able.
Saturday, 20 June 2009
Wednesday 17th, Thursday 18th and Friday 19th June were three long days of work installing at the almost completed Ysbyty Cwm Rhondda (Rhondda Valley Hospital) at Llwynypia. This project has spanned nearly 2 years as my colleague, Ian Randall, and I were selected to undertake the commission in 2007. As often happens with developments of this scale, the new build project was delayed. Happily though, the work is now completed and I feel sits well within the internal courtyard. The courtyard is in the Primary Care Centre within the hospital.
Hamish and Ian lowering one of the steel kernels into place.
Massive steel kernels nestle precariously amongst the huge slate monoliths. They scatter across the courtyard gradually opening to reveal their internal fruits.
The internal stone spheres spill out, representing stages of germination and growth.
Some nice reflections in the windows.
Munchity crunchity go the little caterpillars.
While we were busy installing the sculpture hundreds of little caterpillars were busily eating the newly planted birch trees...
... leaving not a leaf in sight!!