sculpture and drawing

Small and large scale works for sale or commission, 
for interiors, gardens and public sites





Black and White Bryony Waymarker

completed for Bentley WoodFair

September 2013



Waymarkers can mark a route, transition or special place.  Sometimes I create pieces to draw attention to aspects of a habitat in a public park; sometimes the references are more personal to myself or a commissioner; sometimes I am asked to design the carving using references that are particular to a person who has died.  The Waymarkers are always symbolic and organic in style. They are created using a variety of tool marks to make tactile textures and patterns.  1/3 of their length is in the ground.  They donít need to be cemented in, but can be for security.  They take 3-4 weeks to carve and are in green oak with Danish oil as the final finish.  They need to be re-oiled only periodically once installed.

Prices are between £1,500 Ė 2,000 for commissions


This Waymarker refers to my experiences of Sussex landscape and land management.  The black bryony is prevalent all round where I live, garden and walk every day.  I was introduced to white bryony on the Downs near Sompting where a group of friends meet, walk and sing traditional songs 


Fireserpent Waymarker
currently at Sussex Prairies Garden


Leaf Waymarker

Wing Waymarker - installed in private garden in Durrington

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