Taking inspiration from traces of human activity on the Cumbrian landscape.
From the primitive Neolithic rock art of the Langdale Valley, through remains of the Roman Empire scattered along its northern-most frontier, to current day, where nuclear power stations, wind turbines and stone circles stand side by side, as sentinels to the passing millennia.
The works are produced as a response to these stimuli, drawing on the traditions of iconography and cartography and are presented mostly as carved relief into board, embellished with metal leaf and oil paint glazes.
(1) Copt Howe Boulder 'A' (3) The Hollows (5) NEVERMORE O'Albion Altar Triptych
(2) Nether Denton Roman Fort (4) Victory Over The Sun? Sellafield, A Long Shadow (6) Sheep May Safely Graze?