in copper and stainless steel. Water cascades gently down
a series of suspended bowls. Natural rhythms develop in the
flow of the water and sunlight and wind play an integral role
to create an ever-changing celebration of light and water.
pictured here, for a small courtyard garden, measures 1.20
m , to the apex, but the concept can easily be scaled up or
down to suit a specific location.
reservoir, pump and filter are buried beneath a thin layer
of gravel. A trapdoor makes maintenance simple. This arrangement
ensures that the pump is completely silent. A hierarchy of
sound from high to low as the water trickles from small to
large bowls is an important element to this sculpture.
in Hornton tone and concrete for the Orchard Centre Garden
at Gloucester Royal Hospital.
a series of experimental low budget pieces at the Hospital
, designed by myself but partially realised using voluntary
slabs, recycled from the site, have been cut and polished
with diamond abrasives to form the plinth.