The work at Ward End Park

‘The work at Ward End Park, Birmingham was commissioned by the Friends of Ward End Park and funded by the The Heritage Lottery Fund.
They comprise a giant conker, acorn and beechnut which are seeds of the main trees in the park.
They are part of a ‘tree trail’ which opened on 4th July, 2013′

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conker Ward End Park

Rhys’ Reading Garden

The garden is a celebration of Rhys who died in 2011 at the age of 21.  Rhys was an inspiration to his mother who’s idea the garden was.It is to become a centre of inspiration and exploration for children and exemplifies Rhys’ love of literature.   A long bench is carved for Rhys incorporating his interests in literature, poetry, music and life.

‘ By curves come all things to their goal’. This beautiful phrase by Nietzsche, who Rhys loved, sums up the convoluted ways our lives unfold and is inscripted into the bench.
The entrance portal is a gateway made from organically shaped oak forms.

Harp Sculpture

New Musical Instrument ‘Harp’ Sculpture in Highbury Park, Kings Heath, Birmingham. Made from a curved oak branch and slats to bash rather than strings. ‘I don’t think strings would last long Continue Reading →

Graham’s work at Moseley Violins, Tudor Road, Birmingham B13

Pictures of Graham’s work from the summer exhibition at Moseley Violins, Moseley Birmingham B13. Moseley Violins stock some of the finest string instruments in the country and the world including Continue Reading →

Queen Elizabeth II Gardens, Bewdley

This work is part of the Sculpture Trail in Jubilee Park, Queen Elizabeth Gardens in Bewdley. Designed and made in conjuction with Woodland Ways to commemorate the old orchard that was on this site. There are now new fruit trees planted.
The Apple Core is carved in Oak and is intented as a play sculpture with foot and hand holds carved in. It stands around 10ft tall.
The Apple Core Continue Reading →