- Promotion at Salisbury Cathedral 2018 for SSAFA the charity for the armed forces
- "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
- Scraptorzoic Age at Magdalen eco farm Dorset 2013
- "Beyond the Garden Gate" sculpture trail for the National Trust at Stourhead 2011
- Scraptors' Sculpturemad garden
- Scraptors sculpturemad garden in the snow
Sunday, 26 May 2019
We took our Lunar Module to the Family Fiesta at Bemerton Heath one of the events of the Salisbury International Arts Festival. One of the themes of the Festival is commemoration of fifty years since the Moon Landing. By complete serendipity one of the volunteers was as Carl Cooke from Arizona (see below). His grandfather was a jig builder for the actual module five decades ago. He inscribed a silver plate to add to our module. The last image below, continuing the lunar theme shows a tight rope walker at the Fiesta on the wire of half moon which oscillated like a rocking chair.
Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Tuesday, 16 April 2019
We are delighted to be commissioned to create an installation for the Family Fiesta at Bemerton Heath on May 25th, one of the events of the Salisbury Festival. Creative Wiltshire, the organizers, have chosen as two themes for the Festival events that happened respectively fifty and thirty years ago: the Moon Landing and the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Above is a sketch of our idea for a lunar module that we will create for Bemerton Heath. The original in 1969 looked like random bits and pieces stuck together so a perfect subject for a sculpture made with recycled materials.We are covering both themes of the Festival as Scraptor Paul Boswell will also be one of the muralists working on panels round the city inspired by the theme of the Fall of the Berlin Wall.
Friday, 5 April 2019
Sunday, 24 February 2019
Monday, 18 February 2019
"Close Combat" was part of our installation at Stourhead, the National Trust property in a sculpture trail that commemorated the experiences of the local community in World War . The train was inspired by a photograph of a train carrying camels in the Middle East "Close Combat" has been re -figured and erected in the Scraptors sculpuremad garden.