My animal sculpture was recently featured on E4’s Great Pottery Throwdown. Get the full story and find out what’s so special about Raku fired sculpture.
Find out why I’ve donated two wild dog pup sculptures to Painted Dog Conservation, a charity that supports vital conservation work across Africa.
Find out about my new solo show at Beaux Arts Gallery in Bath where I will be exhibiting a major new release of animal sculptures.
Find out how I came to make this wild dog sculpture, primed and ready to hunt, for the client who witnessed the animals in action on safari in Zambia.
Wild dog sculpture in Raku fired ceramic, 45x40cm, available for immediate delivery worldwide.
My new solo show, featuring a substantial body of new work, opens on 21 November at Beaux Arts Gallery in the historic City of Bath and runs until 23 December 2016. Join us if you can.
I never tire of making wild dog pup sculptures. This is perhaps not surprising, as wild dogs are my favourite animal. I was therefore thrilled to receive a commission for not one, but two wild dog pup sculptures from a client in the USA.