Tribute to Cecile the Lion (Aug, 2015). Unfortunately despite all the help that went into packing the sand, and then all my effort carving the sculpture, Cecile crashed! Though it doesn’t happen often and when it does it is always a sad thing to watch, I have never been so heartbroken watching a piece of work… Read More
This page is a dedicated archive for all my sand sculptures, including ones from both my studio and various events that I have exhibited at from around the world. Thanks to everyone for the wonderful feedback I’ve been getting and I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas.
The Shrine of the Last Shaman Inspired by a long affection for the spirituality and culture of the different indigenous tribes around the world. This one is a tribute to the Native Americans who like many have had their culture threatened for hundreds of years and although I am not a Native America, I hope my… Read More
Sand Bash in Fort Myer, FLORIDA. (2013) This sculpture marked my time in Florida and also my first duo event. Working together with the wonderful Lucinda ‘sandy feet’ Wierenga, we managed to get this 20 tonne sculpture completed in 3 days. Overall this was an exciting event and thoroughly enjoyed ever minute with these exciting sculptors. Event website: http://www.sandbash.com/sculptors2012.htm
The Sonata of the Tamed (July, 2015) Ah the excitement to wake up in the morning, head down to your studio and train your little sand dragon. Well he is about 10 tonnes of sand, so maybe he isn’t so little. Nevertheless this piece is part of my newest bunch of sculptures, so stay peeled… Read More
Sandsation in Berlin, Germany. (2009) I’ve definitely come a long way since 2009. This event was actually my first international event, the first brick in the foundation of my career, however this piece is still amongst my own personal favourites. There were so many amazing artists in this event, I urge you to take a look… Read More
The Three Faces of Marina (June, 2015) Homage to the drawings of Boris Vallejo, an inspiring artist whose work has helped me develop a sense of figure and even a touch of dystopia or perhaps anarchy. See the link below to for more info on Boris Website: vallejo.ural.net/