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Performance - Entering the Bronze Age 2022

Barring a successful small, open cast made at university of a 3D drawing of a foot, I have so far not produced work in bronze.  It is the quintessential material when thinking of sculpture and was a possibility for the future of my work. Postponed mostly due to funding.  Instead, my concern so far has been to push the 3D pen as far as I can in terms of scale and ambition which I have done with some success (eg The Thinker 2019, We all fall down 2018).  There is still plenty of scope for development - especially with temporary public installation as the works are lightweight and ideal for suspension.












I knew it was possible to produce bronze works using 3D printed pieces, but I wanted to know if I could do it with 3D pen works.  After a little research I came across Bronzecast (mostly from a friends recommendation) and decided to get in touch to see if they would be willing to give it a try.  The answer was yes and the prices were fair so I took the plunge.  


I knew this was experimental work and prepared myself for the worst.  The PLA (poly lactic acid) replaces the wax in the traditional lost wax process which means there is only one shot with that work.  


The results were astounding and I was now the proud owner of a new bronze sculpture.  I then went for it and had another 4 small pieces produced in the same method.

This is allowing me to make fully realised bronze works on a small scale and experiment with poses and ideas.  I will be showing these works for the first time at Salon Contemporary Arts Summer Show 2022 at The Museum of Making, Silk Mill Lane, Derby, DE1 3AF.  The show runs from 14 - 16 June 10 am to 5 pm.  

If you would like tickets to attend the VIP event on Monday 13 June, 5 - 8 pm, please contact me here.


The Thinker - 2019

Twins of Eden 2018

Produced using 3D pen technology, this pair of life size sculptures were then finished using exterior grade jesmonite, a water based resin containing portland stone.  


This is an extremely durable substance and is suitable for use outside.


The pieces are then finished using a metallic gel coat containing silver bronze.

The work itself describes a reboot of humanity with every new generation.

Please contact me if you wish to purchase these works or have any questions. 

Sisters of Ambivalence 2017

This pair of epic, gold figures was conceived to display the societal ambivalence that was displayed during the Brexit Referendum in the UK.  The figures appear disinterested or even sad.  Though identical, the figures hold 3D printed mobile devices which display the binary answer we were asked to supply. Yes or No.

These works have been shown at Flux Exhibition at the National Army Museum in London, UK.  


Produced using 3D pen technology and Jesmonite (water based with gypsum) and then finished with a rich, gold leaf - granting the figures an aesthetic importance.

Please contact me if you would like to purchase or have any questions.

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