Interventions – explorative work

In contrast to my traditional sculptural work shown elsewhere on this website, my explorative work takes me in different directions allowing me the opportunity to experiment and explore new approaches to creating, to take inspiration from the environment that I am working, based on observation and connection, immersing myself in the sense of place.

 I draw inspiration from both the location and the materials that I find there or a particular pattern or form, and the sense of what is there, exploring and focusing on how this makes me feel tapping into what can be described as a sense of place often hidden drawing on sources of inspirations, shape, and patterns, texture, light, a sound that offers a juxtaposition between natural and manmade.

Over the last few years, I have been fortunate to have received support to develop and challenge myself.

Artist in Residence Tudor House Museum and Gardens September 2021 -June 2022 

Supported by The Arts Council? National Lottery  Developing your Creative Practise funding

My project ‘Investigating new ways of creating with natural and recycled materials in a historical environment’ enabled me to take time out from my normal work to focus on experimenting and challenging myself as an artist. For further details 








Fursey Gardens ( New Forest) artist in Residence Autumn 2019 -Spring 2020

Supported by a-space arts grant award The funds enabled me to work with a mentor and photographer to help me to record the experience.

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