WEATHERING CHANGE: investigating geology, texture and form
I was one of the first artists to have a residency in the newly created Oxfordshire Visual Arts Development Agency (OVADA).
I used horton stone from the local Wroxton quarry to shape and incorporate into abstract sculptures. The results focused on natural weathering and erosion found in the countryside. Sizes ranged from 30cm to 2 meters tall.
I constructed and creatied throughout December and allowed members of the public to inquire, comment, suggest and inform the sculptures, to further a dialogue about contemporary sculpture between traditional arts practitioners and myself.