Public Sculpture & Commissions
public wind sculpture

Public Sculpture Commissions

Public Sculpture Commissions

Newport News, Virginia, USA – “Fluidity” Kinetic Wind Sculpture – 2022

The Brunswick Centre, London – “Coreografia” Kinetic Sculpture – 2020
Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester  –  Barley Ears – 2015

Fordhill Community Farm, Shropshire  –  Beetle Sculpture – 2015

Northland College, Ashland, Wisconsin  –  Encompassed – 2015

Sacred Kingdom, Texas  –  Geodesic Crystal Energy For
ms – 2014

Eardisley School, Herefordshire  –  Autumn Archway – 2013

Manilla Flight Park, Australia  –  Wedge-tailed Eagle – 2012

Process

The sculptures I create are predominantly large-scale kinetic wind sculptures for gardens and outdoor public space installations. I work with stainless steel and Corten (architectural) steel in specialist workshops which allow me to create these precisely engineered contemporary sculptures.

After months of sketching and adjusting I create a working, reasonable size model to watch how the pieces interact in the wind. This can be altered and played with until the desired effects are achieved. Computer Aided Design software then allows me to further develop these designs, ensuring no collisions as well as precisely balancing the sculpture. Once a working model is achieved; pieces are laser cut, milled parts are engineered and the sculpture is precision assembled.
public wind sculpture

Public Sculpture Commissions