Archive | July, 2016


Raw Earth For Something New.

28th July 2016

I took delivery of half a tonne of clay today, all ready to work on a new piece in the studio at the bottom of the garden. I am often asked how i make these pieces so i thought i would document its progress here, visitors to the garden can see the work grow in […]


Wonderful Wet.

17th July 2016

The weather has, at least, made the garden lush and fresh! These wet cow parsley Sculptures are beautifully dark – dramatically silhouetted with the sun behind them, giving them a halo of copper. I love how they change as the light and humidity alters, constantly bringing this area of the garden to life. This image […]


A Bumper Crop!

13th July 2016

We have had an amazing crop of strawberries this year, and i love having so many different shapes and sizes. I think I probably have enough to get the jam pan out tonight!