Archive for the ‘Portraits’ Category

Different faces.

Wednesday, October 30th, 2019

During my Degree which I graduated from 20yrs ago I studied portraiture in both 2D and 3D. We would sculpt in clay taking precise measurements from people sitting for us. As I became more competent, it would take me roughly 24hrs over a period of several weeks to create a ...

Commissions, lettercarving, sculpture exhibition and a sale.

Tuesday, March 12th, 2019

Really sorry that I haven't posted in a while there is so much to do at the moment which is very exciting. I have just finished a very complicated memorial hand carved in Welsh slate, it was 21 inches square and took me 6 days. These dog portraits hand carved in Cornish ...

Carving drawings and painting

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

As you may have read from my last entry I have started to sell my paintings. I have just had my painting of the gourd framed . [nggallery id=384] The pastel drawings are some of my designs that will be printed as cards and pictures. The small face that I have carved in Portland ...

Scally is finished.

Monday, August 18th, 2014

Well here are the last photos of my carving of a portrait of Scally. [nggallery id=295] His owners came in on Saturday morning with Scally trotting along side them and they loved my carving which was a relief! This commission took approximately 7 weeks from the clay model through to the finished carving ...

Scally update!

Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

Here are the latest photos of a commission to carve a Bichon Frise in Portland limestone. [nggallery id=292] As you may recollect, I started with a clay model which I made from photographs and Scally the dog, once the model was approved I cast it in plaster and have been working from ...