Indensity of Clay (2018)
14cm Height x 10cm Wide x 7 cm Depth
Indensity of Clay (2018)
14cm Height x 10cm Wide x 7 cm Depth
Indensity (2017)
Ceramics Collection (2017)
Core (2006)
20cm high.

Bronze from a clay original

Core (2006)
20cm high.

Bronze from a clay original

Empty Spheres I (2003)
Diameter 26cm;23cm high.

The Empty Spheres series addresses concerns similar to those of the steel sculptures 'Open Pillar' and 'Soft Pillar'. I am giving centre stage to the negative space. Here I am implying the existence of a proliferation of invisible spheres. I want to suggest the existence of huge substances without actually creating a massive volume.

Empty Spheres II (2003)
Diameter 12cm;12cm high.

The Empty Spheres series addresses concerns similar to those of the steel sculptures 'Open Pillar' and 'Soft Pillar'. I am giving centre stage to the negative space. Here I am implying the existence of a proliferation of invisible spheres. I want to suggest the existence of huge substances without actually creating a massive volume.

Empty Spheres II (2003)
Diameter 12cm;12cm high.

The Empty Spheres series addresses concerns similar to those of the steel sculptures 'Open Pillar' and 'Soft Pillar'. I am giving centre stage to the negative space. Here I am implying the existence of a proliferation of invisible spheres. I want to suggest the existence of huge substances without actually creating a massive volume.

Empty Spheres III (2013)
16cm high x 16cm wide x 12cm deep.

Clay maquette

Maquettes in fired clay for scaling up to 150 cm each. Would work equally well in marble or bronze.

Empty Spheres III (2013)
16cm high x 16cm wide x 12cm deep.

Clay maquette

Maquettes in fired clay for scaling up to 150 cm each. Would work equally well in marble or bronze.

In-Between Spaces (2003)
12cm high x 43cm wide x 30cm deep.

Fired clay maquette, painted

Goddesses (2009)
46cm high.

Bronze maquette

Cube Tubes (2009)
50cm high.

Bronze Maquette

Hampelmann I (2012)
32cm high.

I am an eternal optimist. If I could put a season to this sculpture I'd say Spring.

Hampelmann II (2012)
39.5cm high.

Come autumn I get that melancholic feeling. Dead leaves blowing off trees or hanging on for dear life. It's a poignant beauty.

Hampelmann III (2012)
Bronze maquette

The sculptures in this series of bronzes are directly cast from wax originals. No editions just these pieces. It was a new experience for me using sheets of wax to sculpt with.

Orpheus: Where shall I go without my love? (2012)
Bronze maquette

One of my favorite operas is Gluck's Orpheus and Euridice. I could make endless sculptures just about that journey across the the Styx, driven by longing and dread, hope and love.

Orpheus: Where shall I go without my love? (2012)
Bronze maquette

One of my favorite operas is Gluck's Orpheus and Euridice. I could make endless sculptures just about that journey across the the Styx, driven by longing and dread, hope and love.

Unflying Objects V (2011)
Clay Maquette
Flotilla (2010)
Clay maquette
Impact (2010)
Bronze
Impact (2010)
Bronze
Infundere I (2003)
Diameter 33cm.
Infundere I (2003)
Diameter 33cm.
Infundere II (2003)
Diameter 28cm.
Latitude (2003)
Diameter 22cm.

Fired clay

My Mini Gallery For Ceramics (2013)
56cm high x 100cm wide x 81cm deep.

I don't like the waiting game that is part of being an artist...is this show going to happen...will the client buy the piece...can I afford the materials for the next sculpture? I asked a model maker to make me a replica of a very smart London gallery and when that was done I could give myself the finest solo exhibition, with a mini press release and an opening party. Every artist's home should have one.

My Mini Gallery For Ceramics (2013)
56cm high x 100cm wide x 81cm deep.

I don't like the waiting game that is part of being an artist...is this show going to happen...will the client buy the piece...can I afford the materials for the next sculpture? I asked a model maker to make me a replica of a very smart London gallery and when that was done I could give myself the finest solo exhibition, with a mini press release and an opening party. Every artist's home should have one.

The Studio (2017)
Peel (2006)
27cm high.

I love peeling pomegranate seeds out of the fruit. It's not so much about eating the fruit more the sensation of unpicking the tight, plump, juicy seeds, and then seeing their imprints in the peel. (And then I eat them anyway.)

Peel (2006)
27cm high.

I love peeling pomegranate seeds out of the fruit. It's not so much about eating the fruit more the sensation of unpicking the tight, plump, juicy seeds, and then seeing their imprints in the peel. (And then I eat them anyway.)

Deep Pocket Universe (2012)
Multifunctional universe, when you own one you can put it to many uses.
Pocket Universe I (2012)
The first one of my little dummy universes. Faced with infinite space we need some sort of comfort - well I do anyway.
Pocket Universe II (2012)
I always carry some pebble in my pocket - not always intentionally. I made these small sculptures to be carried around instead of an electronic device. To serve as a token of the bigger picture. Maybe not very practical but very satisfying in a ...'He's got the whole world in His hand..' kind of way.
Pocket Universe III (2012)
10cm high x 8cm wide x 3cm deep.

Pangolin, who cast these little sculptures for me, created a perfect patina, a sort of swirling turquoise on a bronzy brown. Although they are pocket universes they have little marble stands so that the pockets don't get worn out.

Stacked Pocket Universe (2012)
39cm high.

It is more of a whirling dervish or a flamenco dancer than a universe but what do we know... when looking into infinite space it may just as well be a big swishing piece of fabric. For all we are ever likely to know.

Stacked Pocket Universe (2012)
39cm high.

It is more of a whirling dervish or a flamenco dancer than a universe but what do we know... when looking into infinite space it may just as well be a big swishing piece of fabric. For all we are ever likely to know.

Portal (2010)
Clay Maquette
Portal (2010)
Clay Maquette
Reels With Wheels (2010)
Clay Maquette
Starball (2004)
Diameter 33cm.

Fired clay

Star of London (2009)
This piece was commissioned by the British Film Institute for the London Film Festival's awards ceremony.
Turning Point (2007)
12cm high x 13cm wide x 13cm deep.

Bronze maquette

Twin Peeks (2010)
Clay Maquette
Cloud Cube (2003)
Cloud Cube (2003)
Molecube (2003)
X-Cess (2010)
Clay Maquette
Yes and No (2005)
45cm high.