Stained Glass Sculptures and Ornaments for Gardens
I designed and made five new items for the Ravingham Sculpture Trail 2021.
This was my catalogue entry :- "Stained Glass comes alive in an outside space by reflecting light as well as projecting colour. This is enhanced by adding some movement, as seen in the surrounding flora. These five experimental stained glass, stainless steel and copper sculptures explore different ways this is possible."
It was open daily during August 2021. See the top 5 photos above.
Ready to ship and made to order garden ornaments and sculptures and horseshoes with stained glass centres are available in my Etsy shop:- https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/StainedGlassGArt
Indoor and outdoor sculptures and wallart are available online at SaatchiArt
Some of my sculptures were on display at the Belvoir Castle Flower and Garden Show on the 5th and 6th September 2020.
I designed and made five panels for the Waveney and Blyth Art Arts " Woven Woodland" Sculpture Trail at Ravingham Hall, 2nd August - 8th September 2019. In the favourite artist poll visitors were invited to take part in after walking the trail, I was voted 7th out of the 40 amazing artists.
Following a holiday in Basel, Switzerland in February 2018 I am working on a number of new designs inspired by the Fasnacht Carnival, the art gallaries and the architecture. The first three of these are now available in my SaatchiArt Showroom.
I designed and made five stained glass and stainless steel sculptures for Andy Tudbury of Halcyon Days Garden Design, for his "Serenity" showgarden at:-
The garden won a Silver Award and was used by the BBC during Gardeners World on 16th June 2017
- and at the East Midlands Flower Show, Newstead Abbey, 1st - 2nd July 2017
I Designed and made four sculptures using opaque and clear glass for Hall Landscaping & Design's show garden at the Sandringham Flower Show 2016 on 27th July. The garden was awarded a Silver-Gilt.
Panels designed and made for the Skyline Yorkshire Roof Garden 2015 Harrogate Spring Flower Show - commissioned by Paxman Landscapes - 23-26th April 2015 - The garden got a Gold Award