Working with willow to create sculptural work is a pleasure and a passion it connects me with the land. I love the challenge that it brings. I endeavour to create work that is individual and has a life of its own.
I also create less detailed artworks some of which are available in my shop as well as local galleries and shows and I also create bespoke art work to commission
If you are interested in finding out more about any of the artwork simply click on the photograph for further details
A selection of my work
As many people have been asking me to create some smaller sculptures I have been having fun experimenting. This cute willow puffin has glass eyes that I hand painted along with his feet that I created from stainless steel and aluminium
I love fantasy and dragons are one of my favourite creatures , it was lovely to meet someone who loved him as much as I did.
The chestnut sculpture was created as a response to the Four Seasons open exhibition at Southampton Art Gallery 2018 It is made from a variety of willows. The work is available to purchase please contact me for further details.
The very large willow poppy was created as a commission for the Army Flying Museum for Remembrance Sunday 2020
I also created a large medal for them as well
This teddy bear was created as a special commission as a memorial piece for a woodland burial
The willow pig is quite special and now lives with his new family
This fantasy bird is many-layered and created with various willows, he was an exciting challenge.
He was chosen as a exhibit at St Barbes Museum ( Lymington , New Forest) open art exhibition and will be their from the 17th May -10th June ,
This willow stag head proudly stands on guard.
He is available to purchase
The willow owl was my first foray into creating a bird with metal feet,
He was purchased by a private collector he kept on walking past him in a gallery and couldn’t resist buying him
Penguins are such interesting creatures so I decided to make two
They medium penguin is visiting the Paul Dolman Gallery on Burley New Forest and both are available to purchase
This willow sheep is now living at a community farm in Southampton
This moon gazing hare was created for the Southern Nature Art exhibition 2019 he has snapped up by a lovely family whose claim to fame is that they provide the boats for the first-year students in Hogwarts
This curlew sculpture was created as a commission and now lives on a fruit farm in Kent
This Goose sculpture was created with a variety of willow for the Southern Nature Art Exhibition, he is still looking for a new home
if your interested in seeing him in his new guise click on the image.
This angler fish was created to take with me to a music festival