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Nature on the line

From January to June 2021 I will be creating drawings, collages, sculptures and installations in response to the environmental destruction…

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Taking place through the winter lockdown, this project is Covid secure, completed in isolation and presented online. In spring, however,…

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New Tools

After the sandstone destroyed my firesharp chisels and rasps I ordered some new tungsten tipped ones. Thanks to John from…

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A Rare Selfie

Drawing in the snow. Working on location is really important to me. My artworks are about my emotional reaction to…

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Harassed by Bluetits

I have a favourite spot for drawing in the middle of Crackley Wood, surrounded by the coppiced hazel. The bluetits…

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Drawing with Gloves On

I never tried drawing with gloves on before, but it was very cold! Scroll down to play the video. 10.2.21

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Towering Tree of Funghi

In the centre of Crackley Wood I discovered a towering tree of funghi glowing vivid orange against the snow. Conservation…

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Twisting Chestnut

The trunks and bark of the chestnut trees in Crackley Woods twist dramatically creating irresistable sculptural forms. Ecologically, they are…

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Bulbous

The first little test sculpture made from Red Sandstone is finished. Its a neat little form that sits comfortably in…

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Funghi

Some funghi have great names – these are Jelly Ears and Turkey Tail and two Unidentified Fungal Objects from Crackley…

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