Dirt Car

Dirt Car


Welcome to my first post on my new site.  On this site I will be able to keep anyone who is interested up to date with new works and upcoming exhibitions…….Something that has been sadly lacking on the old site.  I might also add a bit from time to time, to interest the Petrol Heads who are fans of my sculptures.  That might  be because my works are entwined with the motor car, being that the the car is their origin.  Or it might just be because I too like my non-boring cars.


Pirtek Enduro Cup Trophy


These last few months have been extremely busy for me. It is the time of the year when I have to have another ‘ Pirtek Enduro Cup ‘  ready for the winners of this annual prize. It is awarded to the highest point scorers over the three biggest races in the Australian V8 Supercar series. This is easily Australia’s premier motor racing series, and it is always a bit of a thrill to see the winners holding it aloft on TV. This year it was won by Jamie Whincup and Paul Dumbrell of Red Bull Racing Australia.  Congratulations to them.





The biggest reason for me being so busy, is that I have had to be finishing off sculptures for my next Exhibition.  It will be another with John Davies Gallery in Moreton- in – Marsh, Gloucestershire.  England.  I’ll have 27 pieces there.  There is always a bit of tension for me, as the time for packing an exhibition draws close. But that was last week and they are now in the hands on the freight company.  I’m always pleased to hear of their safe arrival at the gallery.  This will be my fifth exhibition there, and it’s always nice to catch up with John and Ann.  The opening will be on the first weekend in December, please come and have a look.  We are looking forward to experiencing some cooler weather.  I’m in no doubt that we will get some.



" Space walking 3 " 88 H x 58 x 33 cm



Bear with me over the next week or so, while I get the gallery and for sale sections up and running.  I’m a lot better sculptor than I am Computer Jockey.  As a teaser though, these pieces , except the trophy, are part of the John Davies exhibition.  If anything takes your fancy, get in early and let John know that you are keen.