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Archive: Jun 2013

  1. Hereford College Degree showcase

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    The Hereford College of Arts showcase of graduates work 15-19 June 2013. It has been an amazing experience seeing my work in a gallery environment for the first time, I am looking forward to seeing the work displayed again at New Designers in London.

  2. Nautiforms

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    The idea of a life story is important to me. Giving the work an aged appearance helps to create meaning and invitesĀ  the viewer to ask questions. The Nautiform pieces are drawn from my love of shipwrecks and items of antiquity. The patinated surfaces are created through a process with which I have little control over once it has begun, as a result the piece is always an unpredicted surprise.

    Patinated copper and wood

  3. Hornet

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    The Hornet is an assemblage of hundreds of individual components. The machine like qualities are perfectly balanced by the wooden elements. The piece has a distinct character which is enhanced by the aged appearance which has given it a ‘life history’.

    The wings are sprung loaded and are repositionable as are the legs to offer a variety of different poses.

    Charred maple, steel, brass and copper

  4. Spider

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    Made of African black-wood, turned brass and copper. This piece has a sinister appearance, the sharpness of the leg tips add to its aggression.

    African black wood, brass and copper

  5. Ant

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    The ant is made from lathe turned brass and wood, the legs are multi positional and it can be set in a variety of poses. looking into its eyes, it seems to be looking back at you.

    Wood, brass and copper

  6. Tri-pod

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    Inspired by gothic architecture, the Tri-pod saw the first introduction of a wooden element, the combination of the warm wood within the cold steel was a welcome one. The stylized form can be maneuvered into a variety of poses allowing it to be suited to its setting.

    Spalted Ash, steel and brass