Exhibitions

Meadowing exhibition

  Today in the studio I’m putting finishing touches to these moths and butterflies, ready for my Meadowing exhibition at Mortall Gallery in Barnard Castle. The small collection of stone sculptures for the exhibition are pieces inspired by the meadow and grassland surrounding my workshop. This year the meadow has been exceptional, the grasses have […]

Beautiful & Useful Fair

  Today I received the flyers for the Beautiful & Useful Craft Fair at Sussex Prairies where I’ll be showing my ‘beautiful and useful’ stone pieces on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 September 2021. The event partner is The English Garden magazine, so look out for details there as well (they’re running a ticket competition […]

Short-eared Owl

  Short-eared Owl – carved in Yorkstone. They’re impressive owls when you catch a glimpse of one!  Short-eared Owls hunt during the day, so can be spotted occasionally here on the North York Moors flying low over the heather, on fence posts, or in the rough moorland grass.  It breeds here too, nesting on the […]

Grey Goose for Spring Made Makers

  I’m showing this new small sculpture, Grey Goose, at the Tutton & Young Made Makers online Spring event. Grey Goose is carved in Howley Park sandstone and measures a neat 6″ x 5″ x 6″. Made Makers is an online event –  the site goes live at 7 pm on Friday 9th April – […]

FORM Sculpture Exhibition

  My pieces for FORM The Sculpture Exhibition at Sculpture by the Lakes in Dorset are now in place.  (I really rather wish I was there too!) Simon and the Gallery by the Lakes team just sent me this wonderful image of Cherty Bird in place enjoying a stunning lake view. FORM – The Sculpture […]

Forest and Moor

  Goldcrest sculpture ready for showing at the Forest and Moor exhibition – carved in Yorkstone with gold leaf crests. Forest and Moor is the new exhibition opening on March 5th at the Watermark Gallery in Harrogate.  The exhibition is showing the expressive artwork of North Yorkshire artist Janine Baldwin. One or two of my […]

The Rockefeller Owl

  What an extraordinary story this is – the Christmas tree ordered for the Rockefeller Centre in Manhattan, New York City arrived and when workers were unwrapping and installing it, they found a small owl hiding in the branches! It appears as if the owl, a Saw-whet owl, had travelled some 200 miles in the […]

Tall Owl

  Tall Owl is tall and slender, appearing to be stretched up as if standing on tip-toe, and wearing I think a rather surprised expression. This sandstone owl sculpture is part of a collection just delivered to Watermark Gallery in Harrogate for their Christmas showing. They’ve opened early, to make the most of the last […]

Artisans Bazaar Birds

  In the next few days, my sculpture will be delivered in readiness for the opening of the Artisans Bazaar at The Gallery by the Lakes, Dorchester. I’m so pleased with my little collection – there are twelve pieces – all birds, small enough to be carried home easily, with the idea they’ll make perfect […]

Mortall Gallery exhibition

  At the beginning of November a brand new gallery – Mortall Gallery in Barnard Castle – opens the doors to its first exhibition.  Next week I’ll be delivering sculpture for this inaugural show. I was approached a little while ago by David Hall, the gallery owner (and also an artist) about exhibiting, and amongst […]