Water cast in metal
This is a unique sculpture of pure brass. It came about by wanting to cast water from a spring well directly. On the finely detailed surface of the metal you can see the rivulets of the water.
This piece is unique in that it is not fixed onto its water-smoothed beach pebble base, but it can be held in the hand and cradled. In handling the piece the patina will evolve. It can also be repositioned in various ways. The warm colour of the metal contrasts pleasingly with the slate grey stone.
This is cast using the ancient lost-wax method, which this means it can only be done once and that each piece is utterly unique.
This piece was cast at the reknowned Lockbund Foundry.