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Clay maquettes

I make dozens of clay models as studies for possible carving. Some of them are lovely artworks in their own…

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Voluptuous

The bark of some trees is naturally very sexy and voluptuous. This is a fissure in a Rowan tree in…

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Sketchbooks

Sketchbooks are fundamental to my practice. I use them to think in pictures, to work out possibilities. Sometimes Ill go…

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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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Funghi

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

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Birch polypore

There’s a wealth of funghi to be found in Crackley Wood. Birch polypore is very common. As it’s name suggests…

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A fallen giant

Three generations of my family played in Crackley Woods as kids – myself, my mum and my daughter. This fallen…

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