I have just delivered some work to Nature In Art in Gloucester for their ‘British Contemporary Crafts’ Exhibition running from the 19th November to the 22nd December. I had a sneak peek this morning and it’s looking great. For more information visit their website at www.nature-in-art.org.uk.
I have added a couple of new Bronze Wildlife Sculptures to my website……….both British subjects, an Otter and a Badger.
This weekend we are taking part in the ‘Cotswold Open Studios – Hidden Treasures 2013’. My Studio will be open from 9.30 until 5.30 on both Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th June so come along and say hello if you’re passing.
For more details about the event visit www.cotswoldopenstudios.eventbrite.co.uk
New Job Title – Bird Whisperer!!
I’ve just spent the last hour nursing this beautiful Bullfinch back to life. He flew into my studio window and died in my hand or so I thought, but he must have just knocked himself out as he came around five minutes later and then stayed with me for an hour to recover and very graciously allowed me to take some photos……………I see a Bronze Bullfinch in the not so distant future!!
A life-sized sculpture of a huge polar bear has been unveiled near the centre of London as part of a bid to rally politicians in Britain and across Europe to back a global trade ban on rugs and other products derived from the iconic Arctic animal — a plan strongly opposed by the Canadian government and Inuit communities that rely on income derived from what they consider a sustainable harvest.
Read the full article at canada.com.
If you go down to Sloane Square today you’re sure of a big surprise……
A great big 12ft, 700kg bronze surprise who goes by the name ‘Boris’. Created by artist Adam Binder, this sculpture of a polar bear will be chilling out (sorry) in Sloane Square for 28 days. Its aim is to draw attention to the face that these animals are facing extinction due to the effects global warming is having on their habitats.
Read the full article at The Time Out London Blog
A 12ft polar bear has been unveiled in Sloane Square today to symbolise the plight of the species, raising awareness for the animals.
Read the full article at the ITV website.