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I’m a sculptor, painter and ceramicist, now living and working near Frome.

My larger-scale steel sculptures make a statement in the context of a corporate foyer or gallery. They are fabricated to be equally happy out of doors, fitting both formal landscapes and more intimate garden settings. Sometimes they are made in stainless steel so that they mirror elements of their setting through their polished reflective surfaces. 

Red Curve combines dynamic form with the stability and presence of weather-proofed metal, whilst the shape of Chalice conveys my interest in mid-century art. Its bright blue colour changes with the light. 

As a sculptor, I like working in metal because of its longevity, and all large-scale works I make  for sale are constructed  to withstand the elements. 

I also like working in wood, most recently using found materials which tell of a previous life, in which I exploit surfaces with pigments. These works meld my enjoyment of  painting with my interest in three-dimensional art.

My paintings often exploit multiple layers to give depth to the flat surface.  Whilst my practice and methodology is wide, changing and reacting to each opportunity, my works are linked by an overriding interest in abstraction, finding the essence of things.  A fascination with line and volume and the spirit of play is a key feature.

I’m delighted to be supported by Sandra Higgins Art.

Exhibition Highlights:

Scottish Society of Artists

Inverness, Thurso and Wick Museums and Art Galleries, Highland Council tour

Scottish Arts Council Travelling Gallery tour of the Highlands and Islands

Creating Spaces, Miserden, Cotswold Sculptors Association

Powderham Castle

Edinburgh Printmakers’ Workshop

Evolver Magazine publication and exhibition of top 50 front cover design

The Viewing Room, Bath

Elemental Forces of Nature, Bath

Yeo Valley Botanics sculpture exhibition

RHS Rosemoor sculpture exhibition

44AD Artspace, Bath sculpture exhibition

Bristol Botanic Gardens sculpture exhibition

Arthaus: Great Elm

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