These sculptures were made as part of a touring night time lit walk. Sculptures included huge mushrooms, full moon crescent moons, unicorns, giant badgers, giant snails, giant robins and a load of boggarts!
This double layered head is 3.5 foot high, is made of buff , brown and dyed willow and has large glass eyes.
I was commissioned to create sculptures describing the characters from the song-“the twelve days of Christmas” for an illuminated trail at Stourhead national trust in Wiltshire. The sculptures are all between 6-7 feet high and are made of various coloured willows, there are resin eyes and even a ram’s horn[…]
This Bear was made for Annabel’s nightclub in London. His position is because he will be supporting a mirror under his right paw and is looking away from the mirror . Once i get photos of him on his marble plinth and in place then I’ll post those too.
These reindeer were made for the national trust property, Lacock Abbey, in Wiltshire. The two reindeer pulling the sleigh were designed so that they seem to be just taking off to the sky. The sleigh was made to be able to fit two people at a time in it and[…]
This bat was commissioned for someone at Knightshayes court , Tiverton, a national trust place. His name is Boris and he has a 5 ft wide wingspan. He is made of various coloured willows and aluminium wire mesh for his wings, all mounted on a pine plinth.
This Giant Snail is 5 foot high and made with various colours of willow and finally varnished to give that slimey feel!
I was asked by North Devon Hospices to create a structure to go on a floating raft that would be covered in flowers with messages to the recently passed away as part of their annual commeration . So I created a two coloured round/conical structure of brown willow and then[…]
Along with 2 deer, a stag and a giant badger that knightshayes had already bought, I created a number of new sculptures and a few older ones to have a small exhibition at this national trust venue. They lit the gardens at night with wonderful colours and the public loved[…]