My wooden sculptures are hand-carved, original designs that try to be elegantly simplistic while still remaining approachable and inviting.
I am concerned with creating safe, protective spaces that one could metaphorically crawl into. In each piece I try to explore different aspects of the need to conceal, whether that is Read More...
This sculpture has been carved from a piece of Lime wood and has a copper door with an iron object hidden inside. The rough bark recedes from the outer edges, revealing smooth unblemished grain beneath.
This piece is made from Cherry wood with a copper, oxidised door. The interior is lined with hand-stitched layered paper, ripped at the edges to create a soft, enveloping space.
The bark slowly changes colour over the length of this Magnolia wood piece, slowly revealing pale grey grain. Three iron shadow sticks stand guard over the entrance, protecting delicate newly formed thoughts.
A single iron ‘shadow stick’ hides behind double doors, casting its shadow over a hand-stamped word. The hidden place is made of Alder wood, its pale grain accentuated by the blue and green doors.
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