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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. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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.

  6. Nautiform

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    Commissioned abstract Manta Ray form.

    Patinated Copper, Brass and Elm

  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. Manta Commission

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    I have been commissioned to create a Manta Sculpture based upon my existing design. I have just removed the copper form from the etching solution, after it has dried I will be fitting it to a wooden base.