The little hare series of sculptures started out as a sketch in 2015 after a work accident installing a sculpture from a height. Since then I found myself having to adjust to working in a new way and found my daemon to quote Philip Pullman. Out of frustration and at a crossroads I rediscovered my drawings so now there are sixteen new sculptures in the series relating to mental well being and the first large piece is 'Never Alone'.
The first 'Never Alone' is being donated to the new Thames Hospice in Bray this year and will be in a limited series. As the year progresses the next pieces will be created and exhibited at RHS Chelsea 2021.
I am still working on commissions of wire animals like peacocks, sheep , stags and hares and open to working alongside clients on individual projects however as time moves on I tend to want to concentrate on my new projects.
You can contact me to discuss your ideas or your interests in my future sculptures via email firstname.lastname@example.org , you can come and visit my studio and sculpture garden in the Cotswolds by appointment.
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Unique commissioned wire sculptures from ideas discussed during a walk around the garden, developed through the sketchbook, created in the studio through to the installation back into the garden.
These sculptures can be viewed in the Studio garden and are available to buy now. If you would like more details about any of the sculptures below, please Contact Me.
My little hare wire sculpture has been greatly admired this summer, made from steel wire with an aged zinc finish he fits into any garden setting. This sculpture was commissioned at the 2019 RHS Chelsea Flower Show for a garden in the New Forest, Hampshire. All my wire sculptures are created from drawings selected by my clients and my new wire sculptures for 2020 will reflect a slight change in direction.
I created all seven wire sculptures in the garden two years ago, looking forward to working alongside The Chewton Glen and Alitex at the 2018 Hampton Court Flower Show.
A limited series of 22, this wire sculpture’s original sketch has become the logo for the restaurant and cookery school.
My 8 foot Chelsea Flower Show boxing hare wire sculptures installed in Norfolk were galvanised and etched to an aged finish.
Degas inspired large relief sculpture in steel wire to celebrate 100 years of racing and horses in Grangecon, Co Wicklow, Ireland.
Jumbo, copper wire sculpture baby elephant seen at the 2018 Chelsea Flower Show installed in a garden in Hampstead, North London.
My favourite sculpture - 'Blackbird'. A 1 metre diameter band on my stand RGB8, Southern Road, RHS Chelsea 2018.
Come and visit me in my usual spot on Stand RGB8 at this year's Chelsea Flower Show.
Latest sculpture in copper wire to be exhibited at last week's Cheltenham Races.
My beautiful peacock sculpture exhibited and sold at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show then installed in a stunning Cambridgeshire garden.
Cotswold Life magazine has written a feature on me and my 23rd year at Chelsea this year. I'll be displaying 12 pieces to a potential audience of over 100,000. Come and visit me on Stand RGB257. Read here >>.
A busy week at the studio having just launched The Kitchen at the Chewton Glen - James Martin's cookery school which has five pieces of mine in the little garden. Also delivery of sculptures to Aintree for the Grand National, finished a horsehead for one show garden and about to start an abstract sculpture for the Seedlip drinks show garden. Read here >>.
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