Category Archives: Exhibitions

Obscene Beasts and Corpses | Exhibition 1.

I have an exhibition of recent work in the Tannery Gallery at the Museum of Modern Art in Machynlleth. Until Mid April 2021. Viewing is normally by appointment only until further updates. The Gallery is presently closed for visitors until January 2021. However, the exhibition can also be seen through the rear glass windows. Artists Statement about the work.                                   This Continue Reading »

New sculpture at Stackpole Gardens.

Sculpture Stackpole Gardens I’ve installed some new cast concrete sculptures for an exhibition at the Stackpole Walled Gardens, in Pembrokeshire. On show till further notice.         More detail about the exhibition as a part of Art out West can be seen at

R&D 11 | Newfangled Spanner

Newfangled Spanner This artwork considers the experience of an ordinary person. This person, imagined in a garden shed or toy-room, tries to make sense of the world through his drawings and toy-like assemblages. These hobby ‘projects’ enable him to better cope with and relate to the technological and incomprehensible objects that now surrounds and govern our daily lives This project Continue Reading »

R&D 10 | Play 2

Each construction was based on play with a loose direction, then the installation was photographed and dismantled and we started again from scratch.               The whole process took part in this shed purpose built by Danny and installed in the grounds of the Centre for Alternative Technology, Machynlleth. The last installation, below, was based on Continue Reading »

Exhibition at St Fagans

This exhibition was informed by St Fagans museum of Welsh history and its display of pre and post-industrial age machines and crafts. I was originally drawn to the display of everyday objects, such as the wood-turned utilitarian items seen in many of the museums building, kitchens and living rooms. What interested me about these things is that they seemed to Continue Reading »

New sculpture project for St Fagans National History Museum

To me, working with wood of this size is about the scale relationship between us humans and the sculpture. For this project the artwork needs to have enough mass and impact to confront head on, not be ignored. The sculpture should be large enough to be seen amongst the outdoors and yet similar enough to our sense of human scale. Continue Reading »

Sculpture exhibition at the Centre for Alternative Technology

From August 2013 I have an exhibition at the Centre for Alternative Technology. This show is the culmination of my year long artist residency based within its visitor circuit. To see the project archive for this residency see here At the start of the residency and on arrival at the site what affected me most was the proximity of the Continue Reading »