Here's a Hare I made entirely from pop sticks. A Paddle Pop Leporidae you could say. It's quite fragile though and I continuously have to repair it. Hare repair.
Here's a creature made entirely of scrap wood. This deer would have been a pile of kindling if not for the glue holding it together. I made a skeleton structure on the inside and then glued the wood panels over the top of each other to create the muscle forms. A shout out to my mate Tim for all of the off-cuts he gave me from his furniture making shed :)
Hey everyone, here's a little experimental pot I created. It was meant to hold some sort of succulent plant but for the time being it's a useful vessel for holding my chickens fresh eggs. I'm considering doing a series of animal pots, what do you think?
I found a photo of this piece I painted a number of years back at Psychetronica. Not too long ago this canvas was stretched over a table top and varnished. It looked pretty cool. Here's a video of the sort of environment I was painting in at Psychetronica.
I was recently a part of Espionage Gallery's "Ingrained" exhibition. This was a group show that challenged artists to make a feature of wood in the exhibition pieces they submitted. I initially started mucking about with these fishy little pieces but they are still sitting around the studio incomplete. I became sidetracked with a simple but elegant sculptural piece featuring a section of a wild olive tree and a white clay bird form.