Monday, February 26, 2007

last one

....there will be no more
sick of 'em....time to move on.......
watercolours perhaps? or maybe I should just raise puppies......

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

I didn't make these

but wish I had. Should be able to tell you who did, but I lost my notes. They can be seen at the Mornington Peninsula gallery and Joshua McLelland gallery. The top pic of the ceramic piece is by the British sculptor Tony Cragg and can be seen somewhere in Britain.

Monday, April 17, 2006


.....or prickly pear....eitherway it can get a bit overbearing so to contain the growth and get a bit of interest going I hack bits out of it. Mind those prickles though.....absolute mongrels and near invisible. See more

Sunday, April 09, 2006


Autumn is good....spent the day working in this garden I created at Gembrook and it was .....good! You can see more pics here

Sunday, April 02, 2006

shed roof

this is a view of a ferro cement and copper pipe roof I made for a shed. See more here

Thursday, March 30, 2006


or a silly looking startled martian circa 1956....more here

Monday, March 27, 2006

Anemone style

Or is it more sea urchinish? see more here

old crozier

An unfinished bronze. See more of her here

Gembrook garden

I lived here and made the garden from working at Cloudehill. The shed has a ferro cement and timber roof with copper lights and crappola galore. You can see more here.

Cloudehill Gardens

I worked here as a gardener for a while. Stunning place and represents one of the best examples of the gardner's art in this country. To see the perennial borders at their best on a clear morning after rain with the mist rising and melting is nothing short of miraculous.

It was a privilege to work, learn and be able to contribute something to this extraordinary place. A credit to the owners Jeremy Francis and Val Campbell-Weyms(?). More info here.