Anello Flow at Salisbury Museum (2018)

210 x 195 x 65 cm plus base

Anello Flow at Salisbury Museum (2018)

210 x 195 x 65 cm plus base

Anello Flow at Studio Sem (2018)

210 x 195 x 65 cm plus base

Quarry that provided the Marble for Anello Flow
Light Saw (2018)
47cm high x 43 wide x 18 cm deep

Statuario Marble with Veining

Light Saw (2018)
47cm high x 43 wide x 18 cm deep

Statuario Marble with Veining

Anello I (2017)
Anello II (2017)
Anello II (2017)
Seagulls (2017)
Portugallo Pink Marble
Stone Fruit (2017)
∼ 40 cm height

Portuguese Pink Marble

Stone Fruit (2017)
∼ 40 cm height

Portuguese Pink Marble

Voyage in A Pale Boat (2016)
28cm high x 58cm wide x 39cm deep.

Portuguese Pink Marble

A tossing and turning journey across a fluid medium.

Voyage in A Pale Boat (2016)
28cm high x 58cm wide x 39cm deep.

Portuguese Pink Marble

A tossing and turning journey across a fluid medium.

Time Taken (2016)
180cm high x 60cm wide x 40cm deep.

Portuguese Pink Marble

The block is carved as thinly in the middle as I dared. it stands on a dark grey granite base with the same horizontal dimensions, making the sculpture into a column of roughly my height.

Time Taken (2016)
180cm high x 60cm wide x 40cm deep.

Portuguese Pink Marble

The block is carved as thinly in the middle as I dared. it stands on a dark grey granite base with the same horizontal dimensions, making the sculpture into a column of roughly my height.

Time Taken (2016)
180cm high x 60cm wide x 40cm deep.

Portuguese Pink Marble

The block is carved as thinly in the middle as I dared. it stands on a dark grey granite base with the same horizontal dimensions, making the sculpture into a column of roughly my height.

Footprints (2015)
260cm high x 85cm wide x 65cm deep.

I carved the tall vertical sculpture during a three week symposium on Anguilla in the Caribbean. The stone is the local coral limestone. We were three sculptors (Alexandra Harley, Jon Barlow Hudson and I) all working with stone from the same quarry.

Footprints (2015)
260cm high x 85cm wide x 65cm deep.

I carved the tall vertical sculpture during a three week symposium on Anguilla in the Caribbean. The stone is the local coral limestone. We were three sculptors (Alexandra Harley, Jon Barlow Hudson and I) all working with stone from the same quarry.

Footprints (2015)
260cm high x 85cm wide x 65cm deep.

I carved the tall vertical sculpture during a three week symposium on Anguilla in the Caribbean. The stone is the local coral limestone. We were three sculptors (Alexandra Harley, Jon Barlow Hudson and I) all working with stone from the same quarry.

Footprints (2015)
260cm high x 85cm wide x 65cm deep.

I carved the tall vertical sculpture during a three week symposium on Anguilla in the Caribbean. The stone is the local coral limestone. We were three sculptors (Alexandra Harley, Jon Barlow Hudson and I) all working with stone from the same quarry.

In One hundred lightyears turn left (2015)
60cm high x 60cm wide x 15cm deep.

Statuario Marble

Based on an imaginary solar system with just one little planet in the centre and a little moon on the edge.

In One hundred lightyears turn left (2015)
60cm high x 60cm wide x 15cm deep.

Statuario Marble

Based on an imaginary solar system with just one little planet in the centre and a little moon on the edge.

Lightbox (2015)
40cm high x 40cm wide x 40cm deep.

Cube carved from a block of white Portuguese Pink Marble. Hollowed out to let some light into the stone.

Lightbox (2015)
40cm high x 40cm wide x 40cm deep.

Cube carved from a block of white Portuguese Pink Marble. Hollowed out to let some light into the stone.

Lightbox (2015)
40cm high x 40cm wide x 40cm deep.

Cube carved from a block of white Portuguese Pink Marble. Hollowed out to let some light into the stone.

Breakthrough No. 3
Breakthrough No. 3
Indensity (2014)
80cm high x 60cm wide x 40cm deep.

Portuguese Pink Marble

One of those pieces that arrive in the brain from somewhere, that are a logical progression of other work. Looks great with light coming in from the side/top/underneath.

Indensity (2014)
80cm high x 60cm wide x 40cm deep.

Portuguese Pink Marble

One of those pieces that arrive in the brain from somewhere, that are a logical progression of other work. Looks great with light coming in from the side/top/underneath.

Indensity (2014)
80cm high x 60cm wide x 40cm deep.

Portuguese Pink Marble

One of those pieces that arrive in the brain from somewhere, that are a logical progression of other work. Looks great with light coming in from the side/top/underneath.

Under Your Spell (2014)
25cm high x 50cm wide x 23cm deep.

White statuario marble

Four boat forms intersect and interact in a dynamic dance.

Ecstasy (2013)
220cm high x 80cm wide x 75cm deep.

Carrara bianco marble

White marble from the Petacchi quarry. With the base it is 250cm tall. Permanently sited in Hong Kong

Ecstasy (2013)
220cm high x 80cm wide x 75cm deep.

Carrara bianco marble

White marble from the Petacchi quarry. With the base it is 250cm tall. Permanently sited in Hong Kong

Ecstasy (2013)
220cm high x 80cm wide x 75cm deep.

Carrara bianco marble

White marble from the Petacchi quarry. With the base it is 250cm tall. Permanently sited in Hong Kong

Fluke (2013)
38cm high x 45cm wide x 35cm deep.

Statuario marble, white translucent

The balance between heavy and light, sharp and smooth. A part of the series of boat pieces I am working on that stem from a dream of being in a boat alone on an infinite ocean. There is danger and need for companionship implied.

From the Deep (2012)
220cm high x 87cm wide x 90cm deep.

The first sculpture in marble that is actually bigger than me: 2.50 m including its base. Roughed-out by Leonardo, one of Studio Sem's excellent artigiani.

From the Deep (2012)
220cm high x 87cm wide x 90cm deep.

The first sculpture in marble that is actually bigger than me: 2.50 m including its base. Roughed-out by Leonardo, one of Studio Sem's excellent artigiani.

From the Deep (2012)
220cm high x 87cm wide x 90cm deep.

The first sculpture in marble that is actually bigger than me: 2.50 m including its base. Roughed-out by Leonardo, one of Studio Sem's excellent artigiani.

Rise (2012)
110cm high.

Statuario marble

Rise was inspired by Brancusi's Endless Column. I was looking for a way of working with marble that gave me the same sense of articulation which I achieve in my tall steel pillars. I had to make it a lot shorter than 'endless' though. I exhibited it in the exhibition 'Two in One' at Gallery Pangolin London in 2012.

Rise (2012)
110cm high.

Statuario marble

Rise was inspired by Brancusi's Endless Column. I was looking for a way of working with marble that gave me the same sense of articulation which I achieve in my tall steel pillars. I had to make it a lot shorter than 'endless' though. I exhibited it in the exhibition 'Two in One' at Gallery Pangolin London in 2012.

Rise (2012)
110cm high.

Statuario marble

Rise was inspired by Brancusi's Endless Column. I was looking for a way of working with marble that gave me the same sense of articulation which I achieve in my tall steel pillars. I had to make it a lot shorter than 'endless' though. I exhibited it in the exhibition 'Two in One' at Gallery Pangolin London in 2012.

Giocoliere (2011)
45cm high x 45cm wide x 40cm deep.

Statuario marble

I was inspired by the act of juggling. Life's a bit like that, hoping that the pieces won't all come crashing down. The sculpture looks totally different from all angles, which again proves that sculpture really has to be seen (and touched) in the 'flesh' to appreciate it.

Giocoliere (2011)
45cm high x 45cm wide x 40cm deep.

Statuario marble

I was inspired by the act of juggling. Life's a bit like that, hoping that the pieces won't all come crashing down. The sculpture looks totally different from all angles, which again proves that sculpture really has to be seen (and touched) in the 'flesh' to appreciate it.

Fledgling (2010)
60cm high x 50cm wide x 30cm deep.

Statuario marble on a cardoso marble base

I started this sculpture in March. The seasons affect me much more when I am working in Italy - in London they are less noticeable. Once I had carved a big fat fledgeling - probably a cuckoo - I left the surface quite rough. I wanted it to look raw and unpolished. It is slightly tilted although still in balance.

Cosmos Wheel (2009)
32cm high x 45cm wide x 12cm deep.

Statuario marble

Marble Arc (2006)
30cm high x 80cm wide.

Carrara bianco marble

The first marble sculpture I made by scaling up from a model using the ancient tradition of working with several calipers.

Marble Arc (2006)
30cm high x 80cm wide.

Carrara bianco marble

The first marble sculpture I made by scaling up from a model using the ancient tradition of working with several calipers.

Marble Arc (2006)
30cm high x 80cm wide.

Carrara bianco marble

The first marble sculpture I made by scaling up from a model using the ancient tradition of working with several calipers.

Connections (2006)
65cm high.

Statuario marble

Connections (2006)
65cm high.

Statuario marble

Vortex (2018)
Vortex (2018)
Vortex (2018)
Vortex (2018)