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Sculpture of the week 5th April 2019

The sculpture of the week is a is a collection of ‘Husk’ vases made from kiln dried Scottish hardwoods.  The Husk vase was a new design that was added to my collection of work at the start of the year and has been very popular. Sycamore…
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Sculpture of the week 29th March 2019

The sculpture of the week is a 'Journey' sculpture made from Scottish Ash. The fused glass panels in this Journey sculpture is based on an abstract design of the Pentland Hills. The Ash base has been handcarved to follow the shape of the panels.…
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Sculpture of the week 22nd March 2019

The sculpture of the week is a selection of orbs made from Scottish hardwoods. The fused glass inserts inject so much colour into each sculpture. A collection of orbs made from Scottish Ash Turning the back of the orb The first…
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Sculpture of the week 15th March 2019

The sculpture of the week is a bespoke collection of sculptures based on the Bass Rock at North Berwick. I used to have great family days out there as a wee boy and I love taking my own family there now. I really enjoy making the seascape…
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Sculpture of the week 8th March 2019

The sculpture of the week is a bespoke commission of fused glass panels for a client’s new shower/steam room. There were 4 fused glass panels made to fit a horizontal shelved area within the new bathroom. The panels sat within an Afromosia…
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Sculpture of the week 1st March 2019

The sculpture of the week is a collection of ‘Arbor’ sculptures hand carved from Scottish Oak and Scottish Elm. The ‘Arbor’ sculptures come in 3 sizes Large - 38cm tall, Medium - 32cm tall and Small - 26cm tall. The fused glass section…
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Sculpture of the week 22nd Feb 2019

The sculpture of the week is a Medium wide rimmed fused glass bowl 30cm in diameter with inlaid metal cast stud detail. The design of the glass is inspired from many family trips to the seaside.  I always feel so at home when walking or sitting…