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|

Commissioned by Miles White who has spared no expense to refurbish the lovely old English-style hotel, 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. […]

Three New Pieces in the Gallery

November 4th, 2015|Antelope, Buffalo, Large, Medium, News, Predators|

The War Department and Lord Derby sculptures sold out at the beginning of the year. Due to the popularity of those 2 pieces I thought it was a good idea to made a new sculpture of an Eland Bull in an edition of 12 which I am very pleased with. It’s very dynamic, […]

Time for a refresh

November 4th, 2015|News|

Technology moves on and so it was time for a brand new Bronze Africa web site. A big improvement on the previous version:- it’s now a responsive site which means that if you are looking at this on your smart-phone or tablet device you should be having a much better browsing experience. Enlarged images […]

A new Warthog Sculpture is ready for the foundry

November 7th, 2014|News|

Head on over to this link to view the new warthog sculpture that is now ready for casting.

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