Where you can see my work
I am usually exhibiting in Maldon Art Trail. You can find me among the rest of the Sculpture Trail at the Museum of Power in Langford. Maldon Art Trail is run by volunteers, who want to bring art to everyone, while promoting local artists.
I can also be found at the Burnham Art Trail each year. The images on this page are taken from my recent displays there. Local businesses, community organisations and individuals support the trail by providing windows, display areas and gardens that are easily accessible to the public.
A commission from Chelmsford Borough Council to carve a Totem Pole in the One World Garden at Hylands Park was quite a challenge. They didn't want to lose the tree (a pine) altogether and the decision was made to keep it as a point of interest that would fit into the theme of the garden celebrating 100 yrs of scouting. It was carved in situ where it stands. Hylands Park are planning a series of nature inspired workshops using the totem as a point of reference to teach about the local wildlife to be found in the area.
There is a chainsaw carved dragon situated at Danbury Country Park. This piece was executed in partnership with Paul Sharp, a fellow artist and sculptor. A cowled monk figure is sited at Marks Hall Estate in the private gardens there. At the Friary Gardens in Maldon you can see a Green Man sculpture and a full-sized jointed figure. Visitors are welcome to move the jointed figure into various poses.