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work stems from the thought that the classical architectural decorative
pattern, the Vitruvian scroll, looks not unlike a little row of people
all heading off somewhere. So away I went and cast a small figure in
concrete. Shortly after, I found clay to be a far more suitable medium,
and I've been using it ever since.
All pieces are stoneware and made from a mix of clays and sand which are fired in an electric kiln to 1200°C. The gritty textured surfaces are either finished using metal oxides, or coated with a metal powder, the latter gradually changing with the effects of moisture and temperature when sited outdoors.
I have been working as an architectural model maker and miniature figure sculptor since the mid 1980s, and started working in clay in 1996 when I joined a ceramics course at a local college.
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Last Updated: 2011-09-24