I have been fortunate to have become an Internationally successful sculptor. I prefer to collaborate directly with my clients, allowing them to save substantial overhead otherwise charged by galleries, agents, or museums. I feel my client list speaks directly to my level of success.
Murals in Glass have been installed on four of the Carnival Cruise ships, on atrium decks, and public spaces. Some of these murals have since been moved to other locations. Altogether I have completed 60 murals ranging in size from 10ft wide to 25ft wide.
Elected an Honorary Member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors, I have appeared on television both sides of the Atlantic. I have also written articles in various publications about art. At the end of the nineties I was a guest speaker at the Seatrade Conference in Miami on the subject of art in the Cruise Industry. I love to write poetry, and I sometimes incorporate these writings into my glass murals. By request my poetry has been read on the BBC, and it has been presented to Heads of State in the Arab Emirates to accompany my life-size bronze sculptures.
Artist’s Statement – What really matters!
The precarious survival of our natural world remains tenuous, and I always feel motivated to express the beauty that we find in nature in the work that I create. Various collections have been named with this sense in mind. “Rebirth of a Planet” “The Elements” “The Mystical Spiral” which examined the way that nature grows in similar sequence to the Fibonacci theory of the ‘golden section’ – and “Myths of the Ocean” a massive commission of various imagery that followed the mythological archetypes we all share as humans. Some are simple, and others go overboard in color and complexity! All seem to carry this thread of fascination with the natural world…
So please join me in furthering this quest!
If playing with clay and crayons was to be one of my first preoccupations, animals and the natural world was equally enthralling!