My creations derive from a fascination with wire and the forms that can be achieved with a piece of single wire.

Having completed my studies in Jewellery and Metalsmithing back in 1991 at Epsom School of Art and Design, I have over time explored this making small pieces created as unique gifts to the exquisite larger sculptures I now create.


The inspiration for my latest work has been the subjects in my garden and local neighbourhood on the rural Norfolk/Suffolk border. I am lucky enough to be able to sit and observe wildlife behaviour in my garden, and short, ambling dog walks in the neighbourhood allow me to find floral subjects in gardens and hedgerows and more wildlife around the fields.

I make each piece individually by hand, using steel wire mesh of various sizes. Some pieces have contrasting wire added to enhance detail where needed. The mesh is manipulated by hand to form a hollow shape of the subject, then attention is given to the anatomy and to the structure of the subject and/or pose. Such as adding stamens and pistils to open flowers; animals features such as their feet/paws, are studied to reflect integrity, give support and movement; or on close view a vase of flowers reveals a water level line. These details, although they cannot always be clearly seen on the initial view, are essential and I enjoy hearing peoples reactions when they are discovered.




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Further Information


All being well, once lockdown restrictions begin to be lifted, from 12 April, for two weeks, a collection of my work can be seen in a window display at CraftCo in Southwold. 


I welcome any enquiries or invitations from galleries to show my work and would ask you to contact me by telephone to discuss this. Please see my contact page for all contact details.


It is my intention to offer future online ordering but for now I am happy for direct enquiries or questions either by email or telephone. Please click the contact page link to contact me.