Paving artwork unveiled A new paving artwork has been unveiled in Northamptonshire. The design celebrates the Brampton Valley Way, a former railway line, now a 14 mile long cycle route and nature trail in Beckon Fields, Northamptonshire. The paved sculpture incorporates 25m of engraved sandstone paving and runs around the outside of a childrens play [...]

By |2023-10-26T11:03:56+01:00October 26th, 2023|Earthworks, land art, public art, relief carving, Sculpture|Comments Off on

New giant sculpture

I have just taken delivery of a number of blocks of stone which together will help to create a new giant sculpture. The blocks of buff and red sandstone are assembled in layers but will be carved into one huge artwork measuring 3m x 2m x 1m high.  The total weight on delivery was probably [...]

By |2022-01-10T16:36:42+00:00January 10th, 2022|land art, public art, Sculpture, sundial|Comments Off on New giant sculpture

Railway sculpture ready for install

The railway sculpture that I have been working on for a couple of months is due to be installed in the coming weeks. The stone sculpture, carved in relief weighs 5 tonnes, is almost 2m high and 2m wide. Inspiration for the artwork was taken from Leighton Buzzard light railway where the volunteers have sought [...]

By |2021-07-07T17:00:35+01:00July 7th, 2021|land art, public art, relief carving, Sculpture|Comments Off on Railway sculpture ready for install

Work begins on a memorial for the Scouts

I am delighted to say that work has finally begun on a new memorial to be sited at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire. The memorial commemorates anyone who has served in the Scouting Association, be it Beavers, Cubs, Scouts or Venture Scouts. I have been working on this project for over 12 months so [...]

By |2019-02-13T17:22:22+00:00November 6th, 2015|Earthworks, land art, Memorials, Sculpture, stone seating|1 Comment

Time for a new sculpture

I have just begun work on a new project to create a huge human sundial. The giant sandstone clock will consist of a central stone on which a person will stand. On a sunny day their shadow will project in the direction of one of the 20 stones situated in a 15m diameter circle around [...]

By |2019-02-13T17:22:23+00:00September 22nd, 2015|land art, lettering, relief carving, Sculpture|0 Comments

Lutterworth Horse Sculpture unveiled

Although on display in the Leicestershire market town of Lutterworth for the best part of a year, the horse sculpture that I worked on last year was finally unveiled this week. The giant art installation which consists of 4 galloping white horses stretches 22m along an embankment which is visible for some distance as you [...]

By |2019-02-13T17:22:33+00:00May 22nd, 2014|Earthworks, land art, Sculpture|0 Comments

Horses galloping along

The project to create 4 horses on an embankment in Lutterworth is coming along nicely with almost 2 of the 4 horses complete. Formerly a busy stagecoach route, the curved embankment provides a perfect canvas for the sculpture. So far public feedback has been terrific and bodes well for when the work in finished in [...]

By |2019-02-13T17:22:35+00:00June 9th, 2013|Earthworks, land art, Sculpture|0 Comments

New sculptures in Llandudno woods

What a busy few days. Last week I travelled to Llandudno in North Wales where I worked in Marl Hall woods carving 11 way markers. I did cheat slightly, managing to carve 5 in the workshop before installing them in the woods. The others were carved into existing limestone rocks (of varying quality) and walls in the [...]

By |2019-02-13T17:22:38+00:00September 18th, 2012|land art, Sculpture|0 Comments

New artwork for Lutterworth

As I come to the end of one project, so another begins. In the coming months I will be installing a new artwork for Regents Court Embankment in Lutterworth, Leicestershire. Over the last few weeks, I have been developing designs for the steep enbankment which can been seen from a considerable distance as you approach [...]

By |2019-02-13T17:22:39+00:00May 31st, 2012|land art, Sculpture|0 Comments
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