Category Archives: sculptures

GENTLE DIGS

I love to have a gentle dig at the expense of the art establishment. This piece starts off a new series I’ll be making under the banner ‘Art on a Shoestring’. It’s titled ‘The Physical Possibility of Affording Some Art’. I went to Goldsmiths’ College quite a few years before Damien Hirst and co and […]

GOOD LUCK!

  I’m very lucky. I have the time and inclination to change this …   … via this … … and adding it to this …   … to make this.     Now all I’ve got to do is work out how to display it in a freestanding position in the middle of the […]

A VIEWING SUGGESTION

For those people who can’t get beyond wondering why I use rubber ducks a lot this might help. Imagine the duck is a person, even perhaps, yourself. Anyway, this piece is called ‘This is What Ducks Do’ and is made from very heavy limestone and a rubber duck. Technically it was quite tricky to make […]

THE BOTTOM OF MY GARDEN

So today, I was sitting in the garden enjoying a G&T when I heard a voice emanating from the public footpath the other side of the hedge – “Is that art?” I began to feel a tad depressed. And then I remembered that yesterday, when I was actually on the public footpath looking for feathers, […]

FAIRLIGHT’S COLUMN!

Please find clear and simple directions below on how to find Fairlight’s Column! Fairlight nestles to the East of Hastings right on the coast. It can be found. There is just one road into Fairlight which also has to be used to escape. Basically it’s one large cul-de-sac which goes part way to explaining why […]

WELL …

… it amuses me anyway. The Egg and Sperm Race (click to view some adult content)

WHAT A SIGHT!

I’m wondering if my back gate could be designated an Area of Outstanding Unnatural and Terrific Interest … …. or even a World Heretic Sight? The comments as people fled from my Coastal Currents Open Studio this year would indicate that it could. Are grants available and who do you have to bribe?

PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE

When the call comes I know what I would do here …. When the call comes I know what I would do here … When the call comes I know what I would do here …. I am ready.

LAST THROW OF THE DICE

This weekend is the last weekend of Coastal Currents Open Studios and, so far, it’s been grand. I’ll be adding some of these … … to the Mad Hatter’s tea table as a friendly nod to Tracey M&M’s notorious ‘My Bed’. I hope none spill out though … … as I don’t particularly want any […]

IS IT THE ART OR THE LAVATORY?

Using my super power of peripheral vision I noticed that many visitors to my Open Studios didn’t do as they were told. They missed out on this. I wasn’t surprised but I must admit to some disappointment. Ho hum