- "Stourhead will never forget" sculpture trail 2015 to 2017 commemorating World War I
- Sculpture for Bournemouth Council Recycling Department 2015
- Bird Henge Wiltshire 2014
- Sustrans Project Torbay 2013
- "Beyond the Garden Gate" sculpture trail for the National Trust at Stourhead 2011
- Scraptors' Sculpturemad garden
- Scraptors sculpturemad garden in the snow
Monday, 14 May 2018
The spikes of the Beast, its tail and the lance were organ pipes from a demolished organ in a nearby church which I was given. A child's toy car provided the mouth and the skeleton was made with barrel hoops. Bands of stainless steel were woven into the body - like willow weaving but longer lasting. Dustbin lids and hubcaps for the eyes.
Wednesday, 2 May 2018
This is a sculpture which will be on show from June 8th to 10th 2018 with other works of ours in World War I themed event in the Close of Salisbury Cathedral organized by SSAFA the armed forces charity. The helmet is an actual World War 1 one and a was found on the site of an army camp of that war. More about the event below. There will be re-enactors and displays by military museums.
Wednesday, 25 April 2018
We will be exhibiting at a World War 1 themed event in the close of Salisbury Cathedral from June 8th to the 10th organized by SSAFA the charity that helps members of the armed forces and their families. There will be re-enactors, trenches and stands of military museums. The theme of our exhibits is "In Memoriam." This piece is in memory of the suffering of horses and mules in their millions. Horses were fitted with masks as protection against gas attacks. The armature of the head is a bicycle frame.
Friday, 20 April 2018
We were asked by SSAFA the charity that helps members of the armed forces and their families to show some of the sculpture from our Stourhead World War I themed sculpture trail. This will be at a big event, organized by the charity, in the precinct of Salisbury Cathedral from June 8th to 10th. World War 1 will be the theme. Five military museums will have displays. There will be re-enactors and reconstructed trenches, For the Salisbury event we have added lines to the cannon from works by two poets, both killed in the War in 1918, Above are lines from "The Anthem for Doomed Youth" by Wilfred Owen. On the other side "Magpies in Picardy" by Theodore Percival Cameron Wilson who happens to have been a relation of Anthony one ot the Scraptors. Below Paul adding the lines.