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The most recent additions to my light collection are my winter sunflowers.  These lights have a pleasant pattern even when unlit.  Due to the long s...

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Lights

Back again for SOS2017, opening two weekends, the 9th/10th and 16th/17th of September 2017. “Hard facts are scarce, and this exhibition is not h...

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Swindon Open Studios 2017

At the time of this capture, in 1998, Raymond weighed in at 700 lbs. at a length of 12.7 feet.   His range had extended throughout most of West S...

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The Tale of Raymond

A collection of miniature tiles that somehow seemed appropriate over the holiday season.  Sometime the layers of colour running through the stoneware...

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Miniature tiles

  A look at the 2016 Swindon Open Studios on the 3/4 &10/11 September. My studio is out in the garden which means I’ll try to display a...

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Swindon Open Studios 2016

These cubes have already been in the kiln at 1300 degrees; they can withstand the heat of a fire pit. Here the bricks reflect the heat of the fire, su...

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Outdoor – Firepit

The mural panels are kiln fired to stoneware, hence frost and weatherproof. They can be displayed outdoors or can be used as a tiled bathroom wall, or...

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Murals

Rain chains, the cups ready to be suspended from the chains the water flows along the length of the chain, filling the cups along its route Mounted wi...

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Outdoor

Building up layers of rock, through clay and slip provides a back-drop for old bones to resurface, uncovering full fossils in the stone By working the...

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Earth and Stone