Sunday 31 January 2016

Red House jam pots

3 small jam pots from the Red House (William Morris) obtained after having cream tea there. Plinth sculpture below and contained sculpture within.

Tuesday 26 January 2016


I've had a series of ideas over the years about sculptures that are attached to the ceiling and stretching down to other sculptures that are reaching up.

Monday 18 January 2016

Bathroom window sculpture (She came in through....)

The structure is based on a view of my bathroom window. The coverings are pictures of Christmas trees. The intrusion is made up of pictures of the conservatory dissected and restructured. Possibly a maquette for a full size sculpture.

Sunday 3 January 2016

Holly Balls (sculpture disguising itself as a Christmas decoration)

The sculpture was made about two years ago but has been hidden away in a box. It was exhibited on the Christmas tree as a structure that was meant to complement and fit with its surroundings. It is an extension of work that I started in 1969 when I made a series of sculptures out of either No 6 cigarette  packets or Swan Vesta matchboxes which were then left on buses or park benches for anybody to find or take away. In the early 80's I extended  the idea of sculpture that would be found as part of the environment by inserting small wooden structures into corners of telephone boxes. The structures were reminiscent of such things as swallow nests.