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Sculpture of the week 31st May 2019

The sculpture of the week is a stunning Burr Elm centre display. I always like working with burrs because, in the rough form, they hide so much beautiful grain within each burr. I just loved peeling away the outer surface to expose the stunning…
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Sculpture of the week 10th May 2019

The sculpture of the week was choosen by Sammy and he decided on a lovely seascape fused glass panel sliced into a slab of natural edged Scottish Ash.  I asked him why he chose this particular sculpture and this is what he said: '' I just…
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Sculpture of the week 19th April 2019

This week’s sculpture of the week is a lovely centre display bowl made from a stunning slab of Rippled Scottish Sycamore.  I have had this slab of wood for several years now and was keeping it for the right project.  I thought it…
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Sculpture of the week 12th April 2019

The sculpture of the week is a stunning fused glass horizon panel mounted onto a wooden plinth.  The design of this panel was based on a very frosty evening looking up to the Pentland Hills.  The sky was so clear with just a few clouds and…
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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…