Made from doweling and beads.
This work was made after visiting the Hooge Crater War Museum in Belgium.
The bullets and other armoury were arranged so they became beautiful.
30 x 25 cms
Free standing sculpture. Weighs about 1 kg.
27 cm wide. 33 cm high, including base. 6 cm deep.
Dowel. And paint and dye and polish.
This is a free standing sculpture made from wood.
It is 50 cm wide, 19 cm high. The depth of the base is 20 cm. It weighs about 5 kg.
One of the pieces incorporated is the inside dividers for an old wooden box for glass slides.
A free standing sculpture made entirely from scrap wood and metal pieces.
THE TOWER stands just 45 cms and is about 18 cms in depth. Beads, parts of plugs, fuses and drawer knobs make up the faces.
Recycled CHINESE wooden broom handles and nothing else.
THE TREASURE BIRD
Recycled doweling, post end, skirting. Bits and pieces.
8 x 8 x 48
RECYCLED wood - dowel, two cots, skirting and a bath tray amongst other things.
size inc plinth:
46 x 35 x 25
TIME IS A FOOLISH FANCY
47 x 25 x 6
The Locks She Made
Made from recycled scraps of wood. The Chinese dowel of course, a cot, old sculpture pieces. The plinth was from a skip.
Dowel on a big block of lovely wood.
57 x 32 x 18 cms
SOMETHING'S WRONG WITH ME
56 x 22 x 16 cms
INSIDE OUT is made from dowel. It could be closed - each side has protrusions that fit perfectly into the dips on the other half.
30 x 25 x 15 cms
Dowel and nothing else except a bit of paint and glue.
40 x 23 x 15 cms
Made from painted dowel
Wooden dowel and sliced scraps of wood.
The bottom base is a bit of oak floor board.
48 x 40 x 15 cms
The narrower rods are wicker from an old wicker chair. They have just enough of a slight bend in them to look as if they're being pulled apart which was what I
Dowel with offcuts. Paint and wood stain.
44 x 23 x 15 cms
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