Scarecrows

  • On August 15, 2007 ·
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Created for the open air Exhibition ‘Fresh Air 2005’ in the idyllic Gardens of Quenington Old Rectory in Gloucestershire. These figures created quite a stir amongst the Flower Beds. Created in a patchwork of glass sewn together with bronze wire , each scarecrow consisted simply of one long sleeved garment like a tunic or oversized…

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Latest Figure, Patchwork Man

  • On August 6, 2007 ·
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It has been some time since we produced a new hanging figure at the Workshop. The green patch-worked Albion Figure has been shown in several exhibitions both indoors and out and has been well received. Last year I was asked by a private client if I would be willing to adapt the patchwork theme in…

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Elite MD Trophies

  • On August 3, 2007 ·
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From time to time the studio is asked to design and manufacture a trophy or prestigious award. We are able to do this because the numbers required (between ten and thirty) suit our manufacturing techniques so our clients can see them as a special edition. Probably our best known creation is the MOBO Award for…

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Thames Riverbed Bowls

  • On August 3, 2007 ·
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These bowls were an off-shoot from the large screen that we made in 2005. The natural texture of the bed of the river at low tide and the curious collection of objects left in amongst the pebbles and gravel was the inspiration behind this work. We covered a large area (about 2.5 x 1.5 metres…

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Bottle Patchwork

  • On July 31, 2007 ·
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I don’t like waste at the best of times. So when I started to think about the expensive Artista Glass that had been used to make the Green man I wondered if there was a more economic and ecologic way to create a glass patchwork.The idea of making a patchwork quilt or blanket is to…

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Sleep 2. The latest Figure

  • On February 10, 2007 ·
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The latest life sized human figure is a sleeping female form defined by the luxuriant folds of the sheet that covers her. For this piece I wanted to get away from the self portrait and to express something of the tenderness that one feels towards a sleeping companion. In this figure I have tried to…

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New Works on Exhibition at Studio Glass Gallery

  • On February 5, 2007 ·
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in Feb 2007 I presented new work as part of the Connect7 Exhibition at the Studio Glass Gallery. On show was a new version of the For My Lost Loves series. This time a wall mounted version with a row of fragile glass tissues pinned to a glass backing rather like butterfly specimens. There are…

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