Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Cages in the Studio



A Place for my Heart



I love this tall, delicate cage with its ceramic base, it stands about 40cm tall and the base is 12cm wide. The base is press-moulded with the heads of a little frozen charlotte doll.



detail of 'a place for my heart' - the wire is black annealed iron and although sturdy is crushable and delicate.



All the wire work is worked by hand.

Butterfly Cage



Butterfly cage is the small round one on the left and can hang all sorts of found items inside.
The little cage in the centre is also for sale with the hanging feather and it's called 'Cock Robin'


This image also shows 'Cock Robin'

...who killed cock Robin? I said the sparrow with my bow and arrow'














 









Monday, 16 September 2013

Article in Cheshire Life

If you have a look in the October issue of Cheshire Life you can read a feature all about my work and see some lovely pictures taken in my studio last summer..... gosh that seems a long time ago!

Thursday, 5 September 2013

Sarah Wiseman Gallery

Sarah Wiseman Gallery in Oxford are currently showing my new work including Twisted Funnel above.
I'm really like the way the little birds have gained in confidence...they all look so happy and have plenty to sing about! Maybe they enjoyed the long warm summer this year....

Wednesday, 28 August 2013

My Etsy Shop!




Well I finally did it after lots of procrastinating and faffing about! I decided to call my shop Ironsongbird... seemed appropriate and is a way of separating my wire work from the ceramic.
Over the next few weeks I shall endeavour to build up some stock and will begin accepting overseas
customers, so keep watching!
Click on the link - just in the left hand column and it will take you directly to my Etsy page.

Friday, 14 June 2013

Thursday, 16 May 2013

Collections





I've been busy organising, collating and presenting my findings from river walks.

Thursday, 9 May 2013

Keith Robinson Memorial Exhibition

I was very pleased to be asked to exhibit at Mid-Cheshire College in Northwich, it was a great excuse to make some new work.