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I have tried to emphasize the attitude and stocky build of the rhino by mounting it slightly forward on its base.  The solid cypress base is from ethically sourced wood. Medium: Fired Clay, Height: 290mm                     […]


Printmaking with Bottlejack Press

My husband and I built this homemade press using a hydraulic car jack. The resulting prints have a very sculptural feel.  I love the process of creating 2D texture and line in such an expressive way. Medium: oil based printing ink on Fabriano paper, Size […]


Elephant Cow and Calf

In this piece I have tried to convey the feeling of interaction between the elephant cow and her calf.  The rustic oak base is from ethically sourced wood Medium: Ceramic,  Height: 260mm


Small Moments – Looking Up

Dogs have very individual personalities and time spent with them is always filled with memorable, endearing and sometimes, as in this case, perplexing moments.The solid bluegum bases are made from ethically sourced wood. Medium: Pewter, Height: 700mm


Mandela Portrait

This is the first life size portrait I sculpted and also my first bronze piece .  Made in 2001, I had to use photographs collected from newspaper cuttings as reference. Medium: Bronze and Fired clay original, Height: Lifesize, approx. 50cm  


Family Ancestor

The only reference I had for this portrait was a painting, which introduced the challenge of sculpting a likeness from another artist’s portrayal of the person. Wax clay original, Height: approx. 50cm