'Family Tree' was commissioned to stand in the centre of a secluded courtyard in a private home in Kent, UK. It comprises 16 cast elements, representing the 16 immediate family members.
Cast glass H: 180cm Approx. 650kg 2016
‘Musa Cavendishii Table’ - R1520
Commissioned for the Devonshire Collection, this table is inspired by banana palm leaves from the tropical house at Chatsworth. The palms are named after the Duke’s family name of Cavendish. Working from an actual leaf the table was cast then ground and polished. It is a substantial casting, approx 120kg of optical glass. The base is 15mm flame cut steel which has been patinated. Please note the table is not available for public viewing.
Cast optical glass and patinated steel W: 142cm 2010
'Celtic Cross' - R1303
'Celtic Cross' is a commission for St John's Church, Copthome, Sussex. Cast in optical crystal the glass is set into a basalt base. It is an uplifting piece which responds to changes of natural light and forms the centrepiece of the new Memorial Garden Labyrinth.
Unveiled and blessed by the Bishop of Chichester, the piece has been very well received by the local community. The lettering was designed by Charmian Mocatta. H:150 cm 2006 Photos: David Mocatta
'Glass Curtain' is an installation in a beautifully restored apartment in a historic building in St Germain de Pres, Paris. It was inspired by the ancient net curtains which were hanging in the empty apartment prior to renovation, which gave a moody atmospheric feel. They are cast in solid optical crystal with cast bronze elements, lit from outside. H:150cm 2005
'Cipher Stone' R1189
One of the largest artworks to be cast in optical glass in the UK, Cipher Stone stands over 2m tall and each casting weighs over 250kg. Made for GCHQ Cheltenham, the work is inspired the by the Rosetta Stone, the ultimate symbol of the codebreakers art. The sculpture includes text from literature in binary code and Morse code, deeply engraved so it is accessible to the partially sighted.
Cast optical glass with steel plinth. H:200cm. 2003
'Bamboo' - R1126
'Bamboo' is a work in blown glass and Welsh slate, with a stainless steel armature. Inspired by the beautiful lush private garden where it is sited in London. H:450cm 2002
‘River Rocks’ - R927, R929
A Millennium Commission, River Rocks was made for the River Lune in Lancashire. When the river was in flood the work was under water. Cast optical glass. W:60cm (each part) 2000
A consecrated font commissioned by ACE for the Sacred Silver and Glass Galleries, Victoria and Albert Museum, London. It has a plinth in scorched oak by Jim Partridge. H:100 cm 2004
Cast optical glass H: 100 2004
'Ichthys' - detail - R1224
Cast optical glass and slate H:64cm 2009 Commission for Burton Agnes Hall, West Yorkshire, UK