The Capability brown head is now finished and you can see the blog journal of the year here. There is a talk on July 11th at The Building Centre, WC1E (just off the Tottenham Court Road) and you can see the … Continue reading July dates in London, Buckinghamshire
The sculpture at Slindon will be unveiled here on 17th February 2016 at noon as part of a family event. The National Trust’s Rise of Northwood – the replanting of the majority of a historic woodland lost in the first and … Continue reading The naming of a South Downs sculpture
I am showing work at the biennial Out of Nature sculpture exhibition in Herefordshire during October 2015, in the gardens restored by the Watt family who reside at Newport House. Staying in the idyllic thatched Gardener’s Cottage enabled me to … Continue reading A Herefordshire Journal
I am conscious of less frequent postings to this blog, because of a proliferation of site or project-specific websites which act as publicly visible, permanent filing cabinets. However the main web archive (see here) still forms a good summary for works … Continue reading Update – Autumn 2015
I met Hilaire Belloc’s great grandson in the New Year to look at an extant bust of Belloc, with a view to seeing whether there was ‘room’ for a posthumous bust or sculpture which tries to convey the emotive power … Continue reading Belloc sleuthing – and the discovery of a lost sculptor
Artists need to have access to the best resources possible. For work from life, that means exactly that: do not resort to photographs when someone is alive. It demeans the sitter not experiencing them in the flesh. When the subject is … Continue reading The posthumous bust: portrait or sculpture?
1. Pulborough Parish Council wish to find local thoughts on whether the Trisantonis piece remains in the area permanently, and if so where? Have your say at at a new website here set up to give background on the 15 months of … Continue reading Pulborough debate Public Art