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.

Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Work in progress–Nearly finished

Another trip over to Hull today to check on the progress of the Bilston piece. It should be finished this week and will be delivered to the studio early next week.


Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Sculpture in Progress 22/11/2011


Yesterday we spent the day with the guys at Argent Engineering in Hull putting together the first 4 sections of the sculpture for Bilston New Sector Police Station. After some initial discussion the work came together quite quickly.


The first 4 sections are now all tacked ready for welding. There are a further 3 sections to make but now the first sections are together these should be quite straight forward as they are simply the same piece made in the opposite hand.


Appropriate supports will be added on the backs of the pieces. The sculpture will be viewed from the front only so substantial supports can be added to the reverse of the pieces without detracting too much from the design.

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The spirals create fantastic shadows.

Wolverton Bench Supports


The sculptural seating supports have now all been cast. There’s just a bit of fettling to do before they return to the studio.



Hopefully we will take delivery of these pieces within the next week so we can begin to fit the oak seat.

Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Bilston, Work in Progress

In June 2010 we were commissioned by West Midlands Police to create a piece of sculpture for Bilston New Sector Police Station. This project has been on hold for over a year but finally we have been given the go ahead to begin fabrication.  All the Corten A pieces are now cut and ready for assembly.  Work should now proceed fairly quickly, we hope to complete the piece before Christmas ready for installation early next year.