The symbolic position of the forbidden fruit, “the Apple”, in the Garden of Eden and the mirroring female anatomy was used as a reference point for this work. The naked abstract form seemingly walks towards the viewer when viewed from either the front or rear in an act of perpetual seduction.
This is one of my favourite sculptures. For me it epitomizes raw female sexuality and femininity. This sculpture could also be available in marble or granite.
This sculpture represents the battle between the subconscious and the conscious. Here the dark force diametrically opposes the vitality of Life. Hence the symbolic interplay of black and red. The Devil emerges and takes form from within the egg shape as it cracks; the egg represents the perfect form, the untarnished purity of life before birth.
This is a post modern representation of the Last Supper. The Last Supper has fascinated many of the great artists.
In this work the differing personalities and diverse background of the main characters in this drama are represented by the different colours of the plates and their relative position to Christ (the white plate), Judas (the black plate) and Peter the rock at the very bottom (the Papal purple plate). The spilt wine signifies the spilling of Christ’s blood and the chalice reflects the image of the viewer, making them unwilling accomplices in the tragedy. "Forgive them for they know not what they do."
The vibrant and vivacious women of the Arabian Subcontinent hide behind the veil to avoid bringing shame on the family. The face is by far the most important part of the human form in fundamental Islamic society and its sanctity must be preserved even if the price is death. Amorphous black forms glide in-groups through marble malls, following a solitary man at a given distance. This sculpture hints at the vibrant, sensuous form without being explicit.
The sculpture can also be in Polished Bronze or with Patina
I used the Greek symbol for infinity to portray the struggle between two wrestlers and capture their glistening form bathed in sweat in polished bronze.
This sculpture tries to represents the ever-present balance between good and evil or right and wrong. It portrays our own struggle within ourselves and others when we become part of the sculpture through our reflection and the image of ourselves becomes distorted and disrupted.
This sculpture is also available in polished stainless steel or bronze with patina
This sculpture was inspired by the drama of life and death in the Pamplona Bull Ring. Man pitting his skill against beast. The title comes from the book of the same name by Ernest Hemingway - an aficionado of the blood sport. There are other deeper meanings hidden behind the cape. It could also represent male virility in interplay with the female cape.
Each is dimensionally different
90H x 120W x 30D cm This is a wall mounted sculpture
Borrowing Inspiration from Brancusi`s Bird in Space this sculpture takes its origin from simple geometric shapes - the extrusion of a cube into a sphere and then into a pyramid take on the shape of the Doves.