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
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?
The Pulborough stone which has been carved through 2013/4 at Wiggonholt approaches completion. It will be called Trisantonis, the Roman name meaning ‘the trespasser’, given to the middle Arun waters which regularly flooded and created the inland sea overlooked by … Continue reading A PULBOROUGH SCULPTURE & A BALLIOL BROADLAND STORY