Saturday, 19 February 2011
I have been upgrading a rather neglected part of my garden. I have made a new flower bed and made the gate from some bits of scrap iron in the skip outside a company. My garden will be open for the Wylye Valley Art Trail in Wiltshire from May 28th to June 5th 2011. By then the plants will have sprouted. A lady faces a unicorn. According to mediaeval legend unicorns were very fond of ladies.
Tuesday, 8 February 2011
With my collaborators the Scraptor Sculptor Group. I took my Frog to Stourhead, the National Trust garden in Wiltshire for a photo shoot. In September it will feature in an exhibition in the woods next to the lake
Monday, 7 February 2011
I have joined Fiona Campbell, Paul Boswell and Rachel Macelay to form a group which we are calling the Scraptors as we all make sculpture from scrap. We will offer themed landscape trails. This was our photoshoot at Stourhead, the iconic National Trust property in Wiltshire , where we have our first "gig", a sculpture trail in the adjacent woods. Here we pose in heron masks by the Heron made by Paul and Rachel.