Since the beginning of June I have been working on a Chameleon sculpture – commissioned by All Hallows Prep School, East Cranmore, as part of my Artist-in-Residence work at the school. The brief post has also included some Drawing Workshops with Year 7 groups and an opportunity for the children to work with me on the wire Chameleon in their woodland on ‘Earth Day’ (18th June). The sculpture will be sited as a permanent fixture in All Hallows’ woodland from July. Below are some photos of its progress.
One of my favourite pieces – Dung Beetle and Ball (version II) – won first prize in the 3-d category of this conservation-linked Exhibition, headed by David Shepherd, so I am thrilled! Having only just managed to deliver it in the nick of time, (via a hasty train ride up to London with my young son + friend in tow, who were treated to a trip to the Dungeons after delivery), I am extremely happy it all worked out! The Exhibition runs from 1st – 6th June.