At the top of the page are small bronzes, all done via a foundry called Castle Fine Arts in Oswestry. I joined a bronze casting course held in Yorkshire Sculpture Park organised by this foundry where two of these bronzes were cast. And I did an Open University sculpture course and attended a BTech Course at Wirral Metropolitan College for a year. It was great wearing a ‘student’ lanyard at the age of 70!
Below are pieces in various media. The terracotta of Rose Beuret (Auguste Rodin’s wife – this is a copy of one he did) was done at college – when I tried firing clay in our kiln at home it exploded. The others are a mixture of clay, plaster, wire, cement fondu, all techniques I learned at college, and resin casting which I am still learning.