Woolly sheep. Made with Power-tech over an armature of cardboard and masking tape.
Fancy fish. Made entirely from beer and soft drinkcans over an armature of firm foam cladding
Suffolk punch carthorse. Ceramic
Peonies. Made with stainless steel, copper sheet and aluminium mesh.
Alert lurcher. Wire netting and filler on green glass base.
Stella's garden. Stella beer cans, brass on wooden base
El Toro. Spanish fighting bull made of wire netting and modrock.
Relaxed lurcher. Bronze resin
Garden cockerel. Ceramic on steel rods.
After a foundation art course at The Chelsea College of Art, I studied fashion design in London at the Paris Academy and was then employed by C&A Modes. Having painted in watercolour since childhood, with tuition from prominent watercolour tutors for several years and successfully held solo and shared exhibitions, ten years ago it in my early seventies I was thrilled to ‘discover’ sculpture and was accepted by the Bicester Sculpture Group, whom I find hugely inspirational. I love working in three dimensions and have progressed from clay to many different media, using sheet metals, wire netting, aluminium mesh, beer can, and horses cast in bronze resin, mainly depicting my love of nature in animals and plants. Several of there are large garden sculptures.
I find sculpture a wonderful stimulating and diverse form of art.