The sculpture comprises work made with cast concrete, stone, wood, and tagua nut.

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Overlapping form 1, Aug 2021

Clay, h 5cm

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Column, Coronavirus A

Hardwood, h 15cm 

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Cast concrete, h 60 cm 

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Boxwood, h 3 cm 

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Tagua, h 3cm 

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Pictish Balls, sandstone spheres with regular or irregular bumps, modelled on Pictish balls in the British Museum.


Tagua, or vegetable ivory, is an extremely hard nut, originating in South America, which allows small-scale carving without the use of animal ivory. These works are up to 4cm high. 


Small boxwood works, up to 5 cm high. I also use African leadwood, cherry, sycamore, redwood, oak, and olive.


Columns. Leadwood, h 15 cm ; Sycamore and bone, h 20 cm

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Small boxwood works, max h 5cm

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Boxwood, h 3 cm 

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Two boxwood pieces, h 6 cm, 20 and 21 August 2020

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Rhinoceros   h 10cm