Le Jardin Majorelle

January 27th, 2016|

Just before Christmas we were lucky enough to go to Marrakech for a few days. The weather was glorious and during our stay we visited a spectacular garden, Le Jardin Majorelle.

Designed in the the 1920’s by expatriate French artist Jacques Majorelle with marble pools, raised pathways, banana trees, groves of bamboo, coconut palms and […]

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Cow Parsley’s head for the sun

December 2nd, 2015|

Just sent our first order to Greece. We were contacted by an architect from Greece who wanted some of our Cow Parsley sculptures for the garden of a new build she is working on, on the island of Kefalonia, could be the ideal drought tolerant planting scheme.

With the recent gales and rain I did […]

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Deer sculptures make TV debut

October 2nd, 2015|

Our Deer sculptures are on show at the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens near Winchester as part of a sculpture exhibition featuring sculpture from artists across the UK.
Local TV station Solent TV visited the gardens to shoot a short video to feature in their news program and I’m happy to say that our herd of […]

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Its the real thing

September 11th, 2015|

Thought my eyes were deceiving me the other night when I looked out into the garden and saw a real deer strolling around in between our deer sculptures. People have often joked when buying the deer sculptures that they hope the sculptures will keep the real thing away. I’m afraid I have to say […]

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Latest work goes north

September 10th, 2015|

Just finished a new commission for a flight of three Avocets. The client wanted a more contemporary look and went  for a  stainless steel version which was then mirror polished, a finish that should look quite spectacular reflecting the clouds as they drift by.

The client also requested the Skylon posts that are are inspired […]

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Sculpture exports to the Isle of Wight

August 8th, 2015|

With trailer loaded up and pole position on the ferry we had a pleasurable trip to the Isle of Wight delivering A Herd of Deer and a flock of Sheep to the Hillside, a boutique hotel in Ventnor run by a Danish couple.

After hacking our way through the chalky soil the sculptures were installed […]

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Gondwanaland-Sculpture at Marks Hall

July 30th, 2015|

An interesting day was spent installing our sculptures at Marks Hall for the forthcoming sculpture exhibition. David Waghorne, the exhibitions curator had earmarked the perfect setting for the Herd of Deer, Gondwanaland. Gondwanaland is the name given to an area of the arboretum that is planted with species from the southern hemisphere including the […]

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Cow Parsley sculptures feature in medal winning display at RHS Chelsea

June 10th, 2015|

Our Cow Parsley sculptures feature in a display of drought tolerant planting in the Grand Pavilion created by Daisy Roots Nursery. We were really pleased this morning to get the news that the display had been awarded a Sliver Gilt. We were really excited when they asked about incorporating the sculptures in their display […]

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Chichester Art Trail & Fundraising for Nepal Earthquake

May 14th, 2015|

A big thank you to everyone that came to visit our garden during the Chichester Art Trail. The weather gods played ball with plenty of sunshine and we had over 200 visitors with many taking the chance to have a sit down with a cuppa and cake and enjoy the views.

When the sun shone […]

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The English Garden

April 23rd, 2015|

Our Cow Parsley sculptures feature in a garden in the spring issue of The English Garden magazine. The garden near Henfield, Sussex has fabulous views and shows what can be done in a smaller garden.

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