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  1. Hammerhead shark

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    Hammerhead Shark made using scorched Rippled Sycamore as its main body. The Copper fins and head have been patinated to create the illusion of ancient metal that has been many years on the sea bed.

    Rippled Sycamore, Copper, Brass and African Blackwood

  2. Articulated Stag Beetle

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    Articulated Stag Beetle created primarily from a piece of salvaged wood. the body section is jointed as are the legs and mandibles.

    Reclaimed wood, Copper and Brass 

  3. Shark

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    This Shark was created after bringing together characteristics of different species, I have approached this piece in a life like way more than I have done with a lot of my other pieces. I like how the Fiddleback Sycamore has worked perfectly for creating the appearance of rippling in the skin.

    Fiddleback Sycamore, African Blackwood, Copper and Brass.

    Elm base.

  4. Pearl Eyed Crab

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    Created to commission this Crab has positionable legs and claws. The eyes are set with pearls.

    Burr Maple, Copper, Brass and Pearls

  5. 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

  6. Fruitwood Nautilus

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    Spalted Fruitwood Shell mounted on a base of found steel.

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

  7. The ‘Bees Knees’ Bee

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    I was asked to create a Bee sculpture to appear in the ‘Bees Knees’ show garden at the RHS Malvern Spring show by garden designer Martyn Wilson. It has been very well received and even made an appearance on BBC Gardeners World.

    Burr Oak, Steel, Copper and Brass