These sculptures are all concerned with many aspects of our modern life and its impact on the natural world.
MONUMENT FOR SMALL CHANGES. Materials: Bronze, stainless steel and kiln fired fossilised siltstone. Dimensions: H 190 x W 166 x D 90 cms. Completed 2010 for Sculpture by the Sea in Bondi NSW.
Title: STORMY NEST. Materials: Bronze, stainless steel and black marble. Dimensions: H 230 x W 104 x D 105 cms. Completed 2019. This sculpture is about environmental stress from human activity. Prefabricated in stainleess steel, the industrial base transforms into the hexagonal column which supports the cast bronze webbed triangular column. The cast bronze sticks of the bird's nest interrupt the upward eye movement. The classical golden means of measurement used by the sculptor creates ideal visual balance.
Title: DOMESTIC DILEMMA. Materials: Stainless steel, bronze and galvanised iron.
Dimensions: H 255 x W 188 cms round. Completed 2010. Acquisitive 1st prize at the Inaugural Triennial Ceramic Break Sculpture Park Sculpture Award 2019.
Title: RAINMAKER. Materials: Stainless steel, bronze, marble, wood, fibreglass and water with pumping system. Dimensions: H 173 x W 60 cms round. Completed 2008.
Title: FADING LANDSCAPE. Bronze, stainless steel, kin fired fossilised siltstone, water with pumping system. Dimensions: H 160 x W 120 x D 43 cms. Completed 2008.
Title: ANTIPODEAN COSMOS. Materials: Bronze, stainless steel and water with pumping system. Dimensions: H 138 x W 105 x D 105 cms. Completed 2007.
Title: EMPTY RIVER. Materials: Stainless steel and bronze. Dimensions: H 100 x W 70 x D 64 cms. Completed 2012.
Title: WITHIN SEVEN DAYS. Materials: Cast aluminium. Dimensions: H 47 x W 62 x D (columns) 3 cms. Completed 1984. Purchased by the Museum of Modern Art in Skopje, Macedonia.
Title: THE WATER TANK. Materials: Galvanised iron, leather, bronze, stainless steel and copper solution. Dimensions: H 100 x W 200 round cms. Completed 1981.
Title: BALLISTIC URN 1. Materials: Fired clay, marble, galvanised steel frame and sounds of Australian crow. Dimensions: H 182 x W 54 round cms. Completed 1994.