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Monday, 17 October 2016
This new public artwork was installed within the gardens of the Hughenden Reach housing complex at Tovil, Maidstone. It celebrates the history of the areas association with paper making in Kent, with several of its most renowned paper mill situated in close proximity to the River Medway in the Tovil.
Follow the production of 'Paper Sails' by clicking the link below.
Thursday, 11 August 2016
Just delivered work today for the ArtWave 2016 - Open Studios in East Sussex. Opening on the weekend of the 20th, 21st Aug, 27th & 28th and again on the 3rd & 4th Aug.
Showcasing a selection of small works alongside stone sculptor Guy Stevens in his studio.
Location: Upper Stoneham Farm, Lewes, BN8 5RH, 11am to 5pm
Follow orange arrows after entrance to the farm.
Friday, 8 July 2016
The small origami boat is nearly finished and is being carved from a block of Portland Limestone. I have to be mindful of the folds and returns on the design so not to allow for the collection of water or debris when it is fixed in place. I have modified the folds and kept them shallow and robust rather than thin and deep like on paper maquettes.
Friday, 10 June 2016
Wednesday, 1 June 2016
Friday, 20 May 2016
With just over three weeks to go now until onform 16 opens on Sunday 12 June, 39 stone sculptors have now installed over 260 sculptures along the banks of the River Windrush and inside the beautiful grounds of Asthall Manor, Burford.
It’s a privilege to be showing alongside so many ‘rock botherers’ in one place and it was a pleasure to be in their company for several days installing my own work and being helped and helping others. The views around this part of the Cotswolds are simply stunning and the curation of this years exhibition by Rosie & Anna is probably the best yet, since onform's conception in 2002!
Be sure to visit this year and keep up to date with all of the artist's new work as it appears on the website /http://www.onformsculpture.co.uk/
|Sculptor Mark Stonestreet installing a 2.5 Ton Indian granite Buddha head in the meadow.|