In the flooded Lake District, Cumbria, England right now. Steve asked if I am constantly thinking about new sculptures since I am currently involved in my major sculpture project for the national maritime museum Cornwall. It made me wonder why my answer was no
Peter Randal-Page’s sculpture, Derwent Water
Just finished my starry, starry night in time for Christmas.
It’s funny how artistic decisions are made. Sometimes, after weeks of not being sure, things fall into place at surprising times.
It’s a scary business this “being an artist”.
This will be the base of the coracle sculpture. Just spent hours gluing it up today. Continue reading
Well the times they are a changin’. The sculpture exhibition, which is what this blog is all about, will now take place in October 2016 not March. Which gives me plenty of time to complete sculpture number 6 which will be based on this model in the NMMC collection.
Model lifeboat by R F Wells
The last 10 days or so have seen me make good progress on the coracle theme and at the same time begin a sixth sculpture.
This has absolutely nothing to do with Marvin Gaye or getting it on. I just can’t stop singing it in my head. Especially when things are going well.
Maquette for sculpture number 5