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  1. Edison the Angler

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    The body of Edison the Angler fish lamp is made from Burr Oak, eyes are brass door knobs. I used salvaged plumbing materials for the lamp and steel bar for the fins.

    Burr Oak, Brass, Copper, Steel and reclaimed materials 

  2. Copper Octopus

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    Octopus created with a patinated Copper body and Steel legs. The eyes are made from parts of a Brass water tap. Burr Oak has been used for the top of the head. 26 x 28 x 30cm

    Patinated Copper, Brass, Steel, Burr Oak and found materials

  3. Cuttlefish

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    Leatherhead is made from Steel, Brass, Copper, Leather and Burr Maple. I choose Burr Maple as the material for the body as it has a very promiant swirling pattern that is not dissimilar to the actual creatures.

    Steel, Brass, Leather, Copper and Burr maple. The base is: Scorched Elm , Steel and found object.

  4. Ol’ Crusty

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    Angler fish lamp made from both reclaimed and specially created components.

    Spalted Ash, Patinated Copper, Six Inch Nails, Brass, Maple and reclaimed objects.

  5. Nautiform

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    Commissioned abstract Manta Ray form.

    Patinated Copper, Brass and Elm

  6. Dragonfly

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    Dragonfly is a hybrid with influences taken from both Dragonflies and Damselflies. The 806 holes in the wings are hand cut  and then carved to create veining. The Abdomen section is turned from Purple Heart the mechanical parts are all turned from Brass.

    African Black wood, Purple Heart, Oak, Maple, Brass and Copper

  7. Nautiform ‘Patches’

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    Nautiform ‘Patches’ Was created from sheet copper which has been “patched up” with Steel plates, the piece has then had a patina applied.

    Patinated Copper, Steel and wood

  8. Tripodic Hat

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    The Tripodic Hat is inspired by the Steampunk Genre. The legs are made from turned and forged Brass, the hat and lens I have had for many years waiting for a suitable project. Brass, Copper, Wood and Found items