Landscape based sculpture


Columnar Landscape




Falling Pathway


Family of Man


Yesterday’s Star

Fossil forms from woven Kelp and clay fired to burn out the organic material and release salt into the clay body.

Ammonites hidden in a ceramic casing.

Sand trapping objects to begin the process of sedimentation.

Bubbles, fighting their way to the surface become petrified.

Crawling folds of rock, borrow legs from the strange creatures of the Burgess Shales.

The axis’ of the graph of space form cubes, burrowed like wormholes, like water through ice.

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