SEAHORSES Bronze, edition 8, 30 x 22 cm They are mounted differently, displayed here the left one is on a rare piece of ancient yew and the other on fossil filled stone.
MARRIAGE Bronze & marble resin Edition 12, 30 cm tall This is a second illustration, of a complex relationship. I searched for a branch with ivy twined round it and fixed it on to a piece of wood cut into a circle. With little alteration except to add the fledgling I made a mould of it. The doves were modelled and moulded separately
DIVING Bronze on slate with a coloured insert, edition 10
Each cast is mounted on a differently coloured insert. To see one of the casts which has been mounted on oak click DIVING ON OAK
THE SPIRIT OF RIDING Bronze, 49 x 49 cm, edition 10 When I was young I could gallop over stubble fields and through woods. Now riding seems to be wearing special clothes - even the horses have them - and going round and round designated spaces.
LIVING IN AN AQUARIUM Bronze on oak, 13 cm tall
They are all mounted differently This image comes from seeing fish in the aquarium in Brighton. Those swimming near the top carry a mirror image. This is not unrelated to human behaviour.
BOWLED OVER Bronze, diametre 8 cm Edition 50 in a variety of patinations £250 each
DUCKLING GOING TO WATER Bronze on slate, the edition of 10 is finished, this is AP Two of 4 Artist's Proofs. For other feathered images click on the titles be BROODING PIGEON GOOSE PREENING SWAN
THE RED DRESS
Mixed media, 20cm x 20cm, unique
This mourning figure on an oak bench was selected by Celia Imrie for the Ing Discerning Eye Exhibition a few years ago.
FISHERMAN Bronze resin on marble, 30 cm long
This was inspired by a report done by the RSPCA. The findings proved that fish have the same nerve endings in their mouths that we (and dogs) have. Is fishing cruel? As a hobby it seems a healthy harmless pass time.
GOOSE GIRL Bronze, edition 10, 19 cm long 16 tall
A chain saw might be an unexpected image. This one is a remarkable 10cm long. It has been made by a teenage boy. He is William Slow and his email is firstname.lastname@example.org I made a unique sculpture as a tribute to it. It is a bronze figure on oak. I have a son and grandson who are tree surgeons. They would have proper gear. NFS