Artists studio open Monday to Saturday 11am to 6pm including Bank Holidays:
Unit 7 Arts Collective, Coombe Park Craft Studios,
Nr Ashprington, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 7DY.
Easy to find, just follow the brown Tourism Signs.
Ample parking and level access, also basic BSL, ('tho I'm a tad rusty!)
My sculptures range from small, table centre pieces, to large scale garden art and my twin themes are Feminist History and Natural History.
I am also currently sculpting a maquette of Regency legend Anne Lister for my first piece of public art in patinated foundry bronze.
Forthcoming Exhibitions & Public Talks 2020
New Outlet! London Contemporary Art 32 Store Street London WC1E 7BS
My Goddess sculptures are mostly modern reworkings of neolithic and bronze age female archetypes from the Mediterranean region, such as Hypnia, the Nile Goddess, the Cycladic Goddesses and the Abundant Goddess.
My bas-relief wall hanging wildlife sculptures range from Frogs to Leather-Back Turtles, from Ravens to Wild Boar covering a wide variety of endangered or reintroduced British species. Being made of stoneware clay they are suitable for indoor and outdoor spaces. As I am moving into foundry bronze these ceramic pieces are selling out fast, and I shall not be making any more.
My patinated foundry bronze sculptures also explore endangered, reintroduced and persecuted British wildlife such as Buzzards, Red Kites, Badgers and Swifts, but I am also embarking on exploring entire ecosystems via my Badger trophic Cascade sculpture, one of my current works in progress, along with several other single animal sculptures including two Foxes, a Kingfisher and a Barn Owl all being cast soon.
I exhibit mostly in the South East at the Royal Academy, Mall Galleries, Oxford Natural History Museum etc, and in the South West at the Devon Guild, Delamore, South West Academy, etc. I make occasional forays further afield to the Royal Scottish Academy and I ship my work internationally to customers in the USA, Germany, Australia and Denmark.