8th May – 18th July 2021
I am very pleased to be part of this exhibition called ‘Stone – the carved form’. The three pieces I have on show here are, I feel, the best examples of my craft to date.
This opening show at the gallery was postponed from 2020. I am in good company, as the exhibition is curated by Paul Mitchell, a fellow stone carver.
The area around the gallery is great to explore too.
Click on the image to visit the website for the venue.
October 2020 and work can begin on a new project based on Alfred Watkins Coinage of the ‘ley line’ and his research into the old tracks that covered this country.
Five artists are looking at how this work ‘The old straight track’ can be given new light in current political and ecological/financial climate.
More to follow!
Coral Exhibition 2020 postponed
Because of the virus situation the BLEACHED show in Southampton has had to be postponed until further notice. VulgarEarth artists have worked on producing pieces for many months now – to draw public attention to the plight of coral reefs around the world.
I myself produced a painting and a short film called ‘Under a coral moon’.
To see the film click on the image above.
VulgarEarth artists attended a two-day meeting at Southampton Uni [15th/16th July] to work out a strategy for a collaborative exhibition to showcase the plight of coral around the world. Very inspiring talks from the leaders of the research department and we all came back buzzing!
Watch this space. Click on the image to see a gallery of photos from the event.
Luminaries film on PATREON
An imortant move to gain funding for producing our short film ‘The Luminaries [of Dab Row]’. You can, if you so wish, donate funds towards making the film happen!
For full information click on the image above.
For details and links about the film see ‘Other stuff’ page and ‘Films’ section on this site.
At work on two commissions with Elephants as a theme. Although I have done an elephant or two in the past they have been small designs in 2D rather than carved stone.
Images showing various stages of the carving so far on instagram.
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Stonehenge revealed with early carving of a mermaid. Click on the link below to see a multi-plane clip of the carving.