Pinkfoot Gallery


Swallow Stone sculpture

Yesterday I packaged up sculpture for delivery to a new gallery for me – Pinkfoot Gallery in Cley, North Norfolk.  The gallery will be showing and selling my stone sculpture in company with their other artists and sculptors.

The acclaimed gallery owner Sarah Whittley, alongside being a writer and publisher, has a passion for Modern British art inspired by Nature and has curated an exceptional collection at Pinkfoot.  I’m really delighted and pleased to be exhibiting my contemporary stone sculpture and working with the gallery to promote creativity influenced by our wonderful wildlife.

Sarah came up with the most beautiful name for my new sculpture – Swala.  The word Swallow is a very old one and possibly came from the early Norse word Swala – meaning cleft stick (referring to the bird’s distinctive forked tail).

I absolutely love this name for the sculpture – so fitting and descriptive and somehow also lyrically gives a feeling of the bird’s light, swirling flight.

S w a l a  – showing at Pinkfoot Gallery

Swallow sculpture

swallow sculpture





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