Animals at the Tower
Back in the history of the tower of London there used to be exotic animals such as lions, baboons and a polar bear. If you visit this year you can see these in sculpture form. Artist Kendra Haste has created
Culzean Castle Sculptures
Culzean Castle is celebrating it’s connection to to the sea and waterways with a wonderful series of willow scipltures.
A study in plywood, Obelisk #3
In the Summer of 2014, I was sorting some wood in the shed and noticed the lovely grain on some of the offcuts of plywood. One piece was a strange obelisk like shape and was not large enough to make
Most people working with steel go to great lengths to make sure that it does not rust. However “Weathering Steel” or Cor-Ten® Steel as it’s most commonly known is actually designed to rust. The sheets rust following installation and generate
Richard Deacon at Tate Britain
When I saw the posters for this exhibit I knew I had to go and see it. Like the fliers these posters feature a work called “After” in wood and metal which fills one of the later rooms of the
Sable & Ox – providing artists with access to new markets and digital marketing
I was introduced to Sable & Ox via twitter a few months back and since then have been admiring some of the excellent sculpture, furniture and automata showcased on the site. Sable & Ox work with independent, UK based artists
Marseille and Hong Kong Metal Sculpture
During a recent work trip to Marseille, I learnt that this year the city was European Capital of Culture. There are lots of arts events on this year but I was limited to what could be done in the evenings.
Monty the horse
Over in Edmonton just off Montagu road is a full sized sculpture of a horse made from slabs of steel. I’ve passed it in the car many times but finally at the weekend had a chance to stop and take