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Recent Show at Royal Geographical Society


Paul recently exhibited with fellow artist Natasha Kumar. The show at the Royal Geographical Society concentrated on the influence of India in the work of both artists. Guests to the private view were lucky enough to attend talks by both artists where they described how time in India has shaped their work.

Pauls experience there in the 1990’s clearly influenced his technique and continuing fascination with the process of turning raw stone in to light, fluid works of art.

It was a wonderful event and the the piece above, ‘Cararra Profile’ will now make its way to it’s new home in Abu Dhabi.

Christmas Wishes

We received a beautiful card this morning – a stunning print of one of Paul’s sculptures bought this year by a client in Lancashire.

Paul’s piece ‘Ribbon Profile’ has been used as the feature in this lovely festive image cleverly turned into a Christmas card by the client. If only we’d thought of this first!

May we take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy festive season, and an enjoyable New Year!


Carrara, Italy

Paul has been in Carrara, Italy on a buying trip with William Carey of Working Stone. There are a fantastic range of materials in this area. In one morning you can look at onyx from Iran and marble from Spain, Morocco, Portugal, India and Africa. It provides an amazing palette of materials and colours for an Artist to use.




Making Moulds

Paul had a mould made of one of his pieces last week.  Thomas Winstanley from London Bronze Casting came to the studio and spent several days carefully applying the mould in layers.


The mould is now at the London Bronze Casting studio and we look forward to seeing the bronze cast in a few weeks. The finished sculpture will be ready for shows in the Spring.


Dove in Flight

Paul has now completed the Dove sculpture for the City Mission Church on the corner of Scrubs Lane and Harrow Road in West London. It was installed in the early hours of Saturday morning in order to avoid disrupting this busy intersection.

On its plinth it stands at 4.5 metres tall and as you approach the corner a 1/2 tonne of Carrara marble represents a dove in flight. At different times of day the light hits from different angles. Its a welcome addition to this busy corner, and as the foliage around the sculpture matures it will settle into its environment.

Paul worked alongside the local church to come up with the design and you can see the progression of the piece in these images.

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Thinking of next spring… and Chelsea Flower Show

In spite of the increasingly dark and gloomy weather, here at the studio thoughts of next Spring are keeping us positive. We are excited to announce that we have had confirmation of our stand at Chelsea Flower Show in May, so immediately we’ve started to plot and plan for this.

Pauls stand will positioned on Western Avenue (stand WA1) which is a great spot right beside the innovative Fresh Gardens and the food area!  (For those who came this year, it’s nice and easy as it’s the same location).

We will be updating our progress over the coming months, but tickets are on sale to the public from December 1st so make a note in your diary!