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Bear and Ragged Staff: Reclaimed Natural Materials.
Created for the Royal Show, Warwickshire.
Approx 6ft tall, made with natural materials indigenous to Warwickshire, the Bear and Ragged staff being the county emblem. It included a staff made of elm, which was called the Warwickshire Weed, coal representing Warwickshire's open cast coal mining, black cherries made from wax representing the tradition of black cherry grown in Warwickshire and Cotswold wool, although not strictly in the Cotswolds.
Sweet Chestnut Cone sculpture.
Cone Sculpture made from Sweet Chestnut plates at Longleat Sculpture Trail.
Girl by fence: reclaimed wood.
Life-size girl created from reclaimed wood, made with the help of school children.
Sculptures at Nuneham Courtney: Reclaimed materials.
Project for Nuneham Courtney Arboretum, Oxford, creating a variety of sculptures from reclaimed materials including Spiral around Tree, Ostrich and the Crooked Man.
Bark cone: reclaimed materials.
Part of an environmental art project at Black Park, nr Slough,.
Deer: Made from locally sourced materials.
Sculpture at Warburg Country Park made from locally sourced materials including Hazel, Willow and Field Maple, with the help of visiting schools on some very cold days.
Sculptures made from reclaimed materials.
Sculptures created from a variety of reclaimed materials.