Here, you will find news from my latest work in all the areas that i work on, calligraphy, masonry, monumental masonry, stone carving, letter cutting, native american fetishes in all sizes (small, medium, Large, XL?)
A cornish granite headstone have been installed in the romantic St Just in Roseland graveyard. The Headstone features 2 acanthus leaves and is carved on both sides.
Stéphane Rouget and David Paton have been commissioned by “La Vallée des Saints” to carve the 100th sculpture for their 10th anniversay. Follow their progress on facebook at /thegiantscrossing
Happy new year everyone. 2016 is seeing me, and my stones, moving from the King Harry Ferry Landing to the Trenoweth Quarry in Mabe. I will still be doing my thing, mainly chopping Cornish granite! feel free to contact me, come and visit . All commissions are still welcome while doing more and more headstones, […]
The media Company Monkey Business Images came round for a morning of photo shooting and video making… The pictures and videos, mainly aimed at the american market but not exclusively, should be all available on their website soon. We had a fun day while carving A sign for them “De La Beche”…
My Jason Jessee Santa Cruz skateboard in Portland is almost done (98%). An adventure that started 2 years ago. Choosing the Jim Phillips Sun God model was a tribute to both my love of skateboarding culture and the skills of stone masons, carving green men in churches. The old mixing with the new kind of […]
I had the honour to carve the Little Harbour logo into a Cornish granite boulder. It was a very good experience where the customer was involved from the beginning – choosing the boulder at the quarry, the use of colours and getting involved in positioning the stone onsite.
There is a full page in this month issue of Cornwall Today about my participation in the Open Studio Week. I am very pleased with this article as it has depicted my values and what i am about accurately! More on my facebook page!
Mark and Helen came for a 2 day carving workshop. They had no experience in that field… They both did amasing carving… here are, above, a rough timeline of Mark Dragon Fly and Helen flower, based on her favourite necklace…
The workshop at the King Harry Ferry landing is weatherproof and ready for some keen carvers (2 coming this week actually for a birthday treat!) Doors to keep the wind out and woodburner to keep the heat in! Happy days
I have just finished a Cornish Granite Bowl in remembrance of the lives of Archie and Bluebell. A nice way to keep them alive in the garden, still preying on birds coming for a bath! 30cm of diameter and 15cm deep.