An example of the sculpture I make.
These are unique casts of water, either in bronze or brass,
using the lost wax method.
I find each a specially selected stone from the Devon coast to cradle it.
As with all my work - each piece is a one-off.
Unlike most other sculptures where there are moulds to be able to
make copies, here, there are no moulds, no copies.
This cast to the left is made of bronze, and is set on a sea-smoothed stone by way of plinth.
They can be made to order.
This weighty, yet delicate cast of a water, is made of brass, and is cradled on a sea-smoothed stone.
It can be picked up to be held in the hand, and it can also be placed back on the cradling stone in different positions.