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    Nov 2016


     CURRENT & FORTHCOMING SHOWS:  Traces of Traces . A suspended glass sculpture.  April 20 -  May 29. 2017
     ART AT BROADGATE Ground floor atrium. Exchange House. 12 Primrose St. London EC2A 2HS ( Next to Liverpool Street Station.)  Viewable 24 / 7. TO GO INSIDE ( because of security concerns ) please email Rosie Glenn. :

    UP THE DUFF-  with LEANDRO LOTTICI . Galleria L'Affiche. Via del Unione 6. Milan.  Italy. ( 5 mins walk from Il Duomo.) Open: Tues - Sun 4 - 7   May 4 - June 1 2017.
    UP THE DUFF with Leandro Lottici. La Fortezza del Girifalco,  Via Santa Margherita 52044. CORTONA Tuscany Italy.  June 10 - July 2. 2017
    Later in the year :  UP THE DUFF with Leandro Lotticci -  A 2 person show :  Scuderie Aldobrandini Museum.  Frascati near Rome. Dates to be confirmed.

    I recently completed an outdoor piece for the Vistabella Landart Residencies in Spain November 2016, to make an environmental sculpture with the theme Enclave. It remains just outside the village of Vistabella del Maestraat in the mountains 50 miles from Castillon de la Plana.
    Currently I am much interested in structures such as Wind Towers, Bottle Kilns and Dovecots - this type of architecture is probably not seen by many people in their everyday lives.  We used ceramic tiles to make the piece from the local Ceramics Industry near Valencia, and the top allows the North Wind to blow through and the small window will allow access to birds for shelter.

    There is an Interview with photos in INSIDE ARTISTS Issue 6 Autumn 2016. Available to view online at: Pages 72 - 75.

     I have recently finished making smaller versions of each of the five pieces called Up the Duff and have cast them in bronze.


    Recent shows:

    I showed 2 sculptures at the Arte Laguna Prize, the Arsenale Venice, 22.3. 15. - 24.15. 120 artists in seven categories were selected from around the world . www.

    • Jan 2015. Now & then is a recent interactive environmental artwork commissioned by the Woodland Trust with Arts Council Funding. It is sited at the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Woods at Normanton le Heath in Leicestershire .LE 672 The brief was to respond to the local archaeology discovered on site. It comprises a spiralling walkway down into the earth , a circle of natural indigenous bushes of special value to birds, surrounded by a ring of Oaks . It was planted and launched in Nov 2014 and is just now settling.

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