artists c.v.

urban male head sculpture bust, media; concrete and rusted metal















I                        Figurative   Works


The first inspiration for wanting to make figurative sculpture was as a child having watched the wonderful Ray Harryhausen films, The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, Jason and the Argonauts, etc. The stop motion animation of figures of myth and legend was

a captivating feast for any young imaginative child. When my Father said that they were made from models, that was it. I was straight

to drawing and plasticine model making, I was full on. Then I discovered Artists and sculptors whose theme of choice was the figure. From Michelangelo through to Rodin onto Germine Richier and Elisabeth Frink and all in between and after (still discovering). I am not only influenced by all these great sculptors but also by the forces of nature, eg clouds, plants, sea, landscape etc. As well 

as books; fact and fiction, poetry, plays and films etc. I express all these influences through my use of the male figure.





2021 Affordable Art Fair, ( online ) Represented by Noon Powell Fine Art, Notting Hill


2021 Creating Spaces, Cotswold Sculptors Association, Sculpture Exhibition at Abbey 

          House Gardens, Malmsbury, Cotswolds.

2020 Noon Powell Fine Art 'Christmas Exhibition' Notting Hill, London.


2020 Noon Powell Fine Art  'Visual Variations: Figurative to Abstract'  

          Notting Hill, London.

2020 Work selected for Open Exhibition by Bath Society of Artists (online due to 

           covid )

2020 Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition. Newton Park, National Trust property 

          Exhibition in the Garden & Grounds .                  


2020 Mark Hilton Antiques sculpture and drawings exhibition, Tetbury Cotswolds.


2020 Creating Spaces SCULPTURE EXHIBITION, at Abbey House Gardens in           

          Malmsbury, Cotswolds, with The Cotswols Sculptors Association of which I am  



2020  Art MOB Exibit X  Commisioned to paint unique new work on sweatshirt

           which is then exhibited online for sale.


2020  Axle Arts, Bath on going representation  


2020 Due to Covid 19 eppedemic 5 exhibitions that I would have had a significent presance in have been canceled. 

2019  Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition @ Abbey House Gardens, Malmsbury with the Cotswold Sculptors Association (of which I am a member).

2019 Gallery 21 Salisbury 

2019 Axel Arts Xmass & New Year Show. Bath.

2018   Art Parks   (Sculpture Gallery in Gernsey and online) 

2018  Gallery 21 Salisbury  Wiltshire 


2018   Axle Arts  4th - 14th May, Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Tasburgh house BATH. 


2017 Bath Contemporary Seasonal Shows  


2016 Bath Contemporary  Mixed Shows


2015 Bath Contemporary Mixed Shows


2014 Lots Road Auction, Chelsea London. Large Bronze Head Sold, and was Featured Sculpture in Auction House catalogue . 

2014   Bath Contemporary, part of two man exhibition, with painter Malcolm

            Ashman. I endeavored to express the effects on male youth if in a neglected

            urban environment.



2007-2014  Commissions / sales to private collectors


1995 - 2007 McHardy Sculpture Company, exhibited continuously with this gallery 

                      within these dates.                                                                         London


2000  Beaux Arts Gallery  Summer Exhibition                                                      Bath


2000  Swan Guild Gallery  Open Painting Competition                                     Frome


1999   Beaux Arts Gallery  Summer Exhibition                                                      Bath


1998   Beaux Arts Gallery Sculptors of Fame and Promise                                  Bath


1997   Liverpool College of Art                                                                         Liverpool


1997   Adam Gallery                                                                                                  Bath


1996   Museum of Modern Art                                                                               Wales


1994   The Golden Sheaf Gallery                                                             Narbeth. Wales


1994   Augustus Gallery                                                                               Tenby, Wales


1994   The Boathouse Gallery                                                                      Tenby, Wales


1993   The Dorchester Gallery                                                            Dorchester, Dorset 




1997    Work purhased by the owner of The Cavern Culb, Liverpool.


1998    Shortlisted for portrait bust commission of Helly Nahman, together with

             David Mach and Eduardo Paolozzi.


1998    Bronze sculpture 'Urban Caesar' purchased for the collection of  Singer

             and Freidlander Merchant Bank, London.


1999     Bronze piece selected for inclusion in a Channel 4 

              docu-drama. together with works by Frink and Moore




1993     £1000 from Arts Council of Wales


1994     Sponsored by Wales Tourist Board and Arts Council of Wales for Arts 

             Festival residency.




My work is concerned with the disenfranchised and dispossessed in society. People,

who perhaps through no fault of there own, have become marginalised. It is a fact that many young men in prison have learning difficulties such as dyslexia. If a child does not have engaged parents who are able to support their child or if the school is unable to help, that child repeatedly fails and this erosion of self esteem can lead to the need to be validated by those with different standards. As a teenager, that person can turn to gangs, to crime, to a society where he is no longer an outsider.


Some heads are cast in reinforced concrete to represent the often decayed and neglected urban environment which engenders feelings of dispossession and alienation. I attempt to express the vulnerable side of my characters, haunted by lost opportunities perhaps, while rendering them broad and oversized in order to denote their stregnth and status. I have been asked, why the broken noses? I find that this device gives my pieces a narrative. A broken nose can be caused by many things, including violence, but also by accident. In the case of a fight, the aggressor may not be the person you would expect it to be.


The ''Inner Walls" series represents those who have hit an invisible wall; a barrier to emotion, or to opportunity, perhaps.


I do not wish to dictate how to read my characters, they are individuals, as we are.