Sculpture

Most of the sculptures featured here are made from metal or mixed materials. I find sculptures inspiration, just because something does not have a pure functional purpose does not mean it does not have value.

A study in plywood, Obelisk #3

A study in plywood, Obelisk #3

In the Summer of 2014, I was sorting some wood in the shed and noticed the lovely grain on some of the offcuts of plywood. One piece was a strange obelisk like shape and was not large enough to make

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Cor-ten Steel

Cor-ten Steel

Most people working with steel go to great lengths to make sure that it does not rust. However “Weathering Steel” or Cor-Ten® Steel as it’s most commonly known is actually designed to rust. The sheets rust following installation and generate

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Richard Deacon at Tate Britain

Richard Deacon at Tate Britain

When I saw the posters for this exhibit I knew I had to go and see it. Like the fliers these posters feature a work called “After” in wood and metal which fills one of the later rooms of the

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Sable & Ox – providing artists with access to new markets and digital marketing

Sable & Ox - providing artists with access to new markets and digital marketing

I was introduced to Sable & Ox via twitter a few months back and since then have been admiring some of the excellent sculpture, furniture and automata showcased on the site. Sable & Ox work with independent, UK based artists

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Marseille and Hong Kong Metal Sculpture

Marseille and Hong Kong Metal Sculpture

During a recent work trip to Marseille, I learnt that this year the city was European Capital of Culture. There are lots of arts events on this year but I was limited to what could be done in the evenings.

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