I have over twenty years experience in stone carving, developing a continuous understanding of this natural material and its qualities, alongside the forms it can hold in permanence.
With “Passing Light” – an installation in stone – I am inviting changes of natural light in response to solid mass, creating a structure that harbours events of light and shadow, ever changing throughout the year as they cascade over the carved channels and forms anchored in stone.
Geological time, human time day in day out, knowing that nothing is permanent, by drawing attention to fleeting moments is what I want to convey with this artwork.
- Installation in stone
- Wall consisting of six solid stone panels, each panel 240cm wide, 300cm high, 40cm deep
- Commissioned by Paul Hervey-Brookes Associates, sponsored by IQ (Institute of Quarriying)
- Displayed in the “Quarry Garden” RHS Chatsworth Flower Show 7th-11th June 2017
- followed by a permanent display in the National Memorial Aboretum
Some Bonkers Stonehenge A striking new monumental sculpture is going up at the National Memorial Arboretum: an imposing wall, some three metres high and fifteen metres long, with a series of cracks and grooves cut into it, designed to cast a complex and...
‘Passing Light’, a sculptural installation paying homage to light/ shadow and form.
“Passing Light” Light and dark influencing two dimensional and form lies at the centre of my work. I have over twenty years experience in stone carving, developing continuously a understanding of this natural material and its qualities, alongside the forms it can hold...