I like to think that I simply lend a helping hand to the natural shapes inherent in the wood to acquire a higher artistic beauty.




As in all bog oak sculptures, it is never about producing an obvious image. I want to engage and involve the viewer in the process with me. I strive for something that changes in degrees of light and shade, that changes depending on the angle it is viewed from.

My work suggests rather than demands, its vision is expensive rather than limiting, and invites interpretation and the viewers imagination to ponder and reflect on.