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Three new Pieces in the Gallery

November 30th, 2017|Elephant, Medium, Predators|

It’s been a while since I last posted here. Been a busy 2017 with renovations and new pieces of work. So without further ado let me introduce my three new pieces.

We’ll kick off with Audacity – an unusual piece in its form, depicting a leopard on a kill in a tree and this very […]

Charge of the Light Brigade

July 2nd, 2017|Elephant, News|

These 2 little elephants are ready to go to the foundry – one of my more whimsical and light-hearted pieces to join the collection of small sculptures – popular as gifts and adornments on desks and smaller spaces in the home and the office.

Very pleased with this piece. Rich with that special brand of […]

January Update

January 29th, 2017|News|

Well so much for this guy putting his feet up and taking it easy. No, no – I have been as busy as hell with commissions and new pieces, another trip up to Montana to take delivery of new pieces and then attending the Dallas Safari Club. Just after Dallas  was approached to produce a […]

Belligerence is here – all 250lbs of it…

November 30th, 2016|Buffalo, Large, News|

Well we took time about it, Belligerence and I – and now the time has come to bring you my most ambitious sculpture to date.

Six buffalo bulls on a termite mound, tightly packed, multiple levels, dynamic poses – a piece that took months of work but I wanted to raise the bar and aim higher. I wanted […]

Two new quirky pieces in the Gallery

November 30th, 2016|News, Small, Warthog|

A couple of new pieces in the Gallery that are a little more light hearted in nature.

Find out more about mother warthog and her brood here. I have called this piece Pigs Trotters – for obvious reasons.

And for those of you who enjoy rural African scenes here is a little piece that […]

Introducing my American pieces

November 30th, 2016|Medium, News|

I have started to diversify my range of work and the natural direction for me to go in is to start making sculptures with a North American theme. Obviously it’s a step in a slightly different direction for me but then my long association with the US makes the step that much easier to make.

High […]

Behind the Scenes

November 30th, 2016|Antelope, Buffalo, Exhibitions, News|

A lot of people have started to ask me about the Foundry and what’s like to bring a wax or a clay piece to life. So I have put together a little series of images for you give you a feeling of what the ‘back-end’ of my work looks like.

In order of appearance:

  1. Putting the […]

Getting your head around sizes

May 23rd, 2016|Antelope, News, Warthog|

It’s not always evident how big a piece is in comparison to another and with this in mind I offer you some material to help you understand relative scaling in 3 groups of sculptures. The first selection is of Accepting the Challenge, Jungle Ghost and Gentle Giant.

The second selection is of the two main kudu sculptures and the […]

A new Buffalo Sculpture

January 4th, 2016|Buffalo, Large, News|

After The War Department sold out in Dallas last year it was clear that another large-scale multifaceted buffalo sculpture was called for and so – never one to avoid taking on a big challenge – herewith my latest offering still in the clay.

At this stage I can only guess at how heavy the […]

Red Stag at the Deer Path Inn

January 4th, 2016|Commission, Large, News|

I spent a good chunk of 2015 sculpting a life-size red stag and an accompanying bust. The stag now has pride of place in the Deer Path Inn garden and the bust hangs in the English Room. A visit is highly recommended – a stunning setting, excellent cuisine and top-level service. Many thanks […]

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