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Splash

Splash

Female torso made in iron resin and copper with applied gold rose noble metal leaf. Splash shows the extremes of expression and composition with layered colour textures with a waxed finish. Exhibited at the Arundel Festival.

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Ascent Of Women

Ascent Of Women

The initial idea being to try to illustrate the concepts of struggle and the conquering of adversity. Unique. Made in Iron resin / glass fibre, using multiple partial casts on a cement coated wooden base.

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A Weight Of Memories

A Weight Of Memories

The versatility and properties of lead has always intrigued me and I wanted to experiment with transferred photographic images. It posed a number of problems as the lead was easy to use but very soft and to all intent and purposes I wanted it to be opened and read as...

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Catching The Light

Catching The Light

An exploration of expression in the figure, using a combination of two materials, in this case Sapele wood, sliced and diced to form the rising torso, and a bronze resin partial cast to complete the figure. Additional texture and highlights were added with verdigris...

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Chatter

Chatter

Chatter is a plaster cast sculpture. It started out as an exercise in repeat impressions into a clay mould, made at college and then rubber moulded for resin casting. This, the original plaster casting was the best for highlights and colour tones and the following...

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XXV 2016

XXV 2016

Black on grey, on grey. One of my new figurative sculptures in cement and Iron resin. The simple muted colour palette enables the viewer to concentrate on the  possible narrative of the sculpture.  Is the narrative about power, oppression or progression. This pieces...

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Chains

Chains

This ‘Chains’ sculpture has long been one of my favourite pieces. Originally inspired by ‘The Scream’ by Edvard Munch, it was the waypoint for the deconstruction and reconstruction of my figures, enabling me to change poses and reconstruct my casts into many different...

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Caress

Caress

Caress is another of my male sculpture series, I love the additional impact of the colour. As with all my work the intension is to explore texture and expression in the figure The name may change to Red, but its original purpose was to show the movement of wind...

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