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Archive: Jun 2015

  1. Small Cuttlefish

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    Cuttlefish made using a piece of unusual found wood that was reminiscent of the pattern seen on the marine creatures.

    Found Wood, copper and Brass

  2. Chainfish

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    Chainfish was created following the breakdown of my old chainsaw.

    Spalted Ash, Maple, Oak, Steel, Brass and Chainsaw Bar

  3. J’Awesome

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    J’Awesome is an angler fish with upgrades!

    Scorched Burr Maple, Oak, Copper, Brass, Steel and found objects

  4. Fresh Air 2015

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    I was so excied to be acceped to exhibit at Fresh Air in Cirencester. I crerated two colossal pieces for the show and was very pleased that I did, the two pieces were based on existing works. Making them bigger presented many challenges that I didnt expect but the results were well worth it.

  5. TriPod ‘Goliath’

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    Based on the design of ‘TriPod’, a piece I designed at college. This upscaled version is posable and can be fixed in different positions. Unlike the original version that was laser cut, this piece has been fabricated from a multitude of small hand made components. The Piece was conceived for exhibition at the Fresh Air Sculpture Show.

    Solid Steel and Oak

  6. Giant Manta

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    Inspired by the Copper Nautiform sculpture, Giant Manta was created for exhibition at the bi-annual Fresh Air Sculpture show in Cirencester.

    Powder Coated Steel and Pine

  7. Fruitwood Nautilus

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    Spalted Fruitwood Shell mounted on a base of found steel.

    Spalted Fruitwood, Copper, Brass, Steel and found objects.