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.

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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. 

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

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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 

Boxwood, up to 6cm high, 2022