Here on Shoreham Beach, between the sea and the river, tides rise and fall, light changes, rocks and groynes are slowly weathered.
Down by the river, in my garden hideaway, I play to my heart's content with shiny coloured glass, cutting, grinding, fusing & polishing. I set the finished pieces into greenheart, the tough tropical hardwood that serves as sea defenses along the coast. The elements have shaped the wood and in turn shape my designs. Sunlight illuminates the glass, casting colours where it falls.
My sculptures find homes in gardens large and small, and in a wide variety of settings, including interiors. They are best placed where light can shine through them, either natural light by day or artificial at night.
Sculptures are constructed from materials that are designed to withstand all weathers. Almost all are made from recycled greeheart timber; glass pieces are traditionally leaded and soldered and fixed with a glue that withstands extreme temperatures. They can be placed in open ground with steel rods fixed into the base or on circular steel stands for hard surfaces.
My stock of available sculptures is constantly changing. I am happy to consider commissions, please see the ordering page for details.
I post worldwide - please use my contact page for any queries. I regularly exhibit in and around Sussex - look for bulletins on this page or click on the facebook or twitter buttons to see what I've been upto recently. Thanks for looking!