Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Unintentional giant snail sculpture

Piled up outside and old quarry at Durlston Country Park Dorset are some odds and ends of rock which were never lowered by cranes down the cliff to waiting boats.  They form a weird giant snail. Nearby is a deliberate globe made of granite.

Thursday, 22 August 2013

Scraptor Sculpture goes into the Maize Maze

 We are exhibiting some pieces in the Amazing five acre Braydon Maize near Swindon in Wiltshire.  Above Mondrian Man by Anthony; the legs are made out of clapped our water tank. Below he is now in the maize. Below that one of three giant frogs made by Anthony for the Love London Recycled Sculpture Show at the London Wetlands Centre in 2009 which he also curated. And below the Insect made by Paul, Anthony and Rachel for the sculpture trail at Stourhead the National Trust property in 2011. Below the Insect munching a bit of maize you can see in the Maize Maze work by Gordon Dickinson

Friday, 16 August 2013

Our Frogs and Insect off to Maize Maze

Our Frogs and Insect wait  in the drive of the Scraptors' sculpturemad garden to be transported to the Maize Maze at Braydon, Wiltshire which will open on August 17th  Just that an amazing maze through maize with sculpture added.

Thursday, 15 August 2013

Pauls Show at the Farm St Werburghs Bristol

Pauls solo show at the Farm St Werburghs Bristol continues until the end of August. So far sales have been very good with the piece above selling on the first night .The piece pictured is scratched out paint on reclaimed glass window with lights fitted on the back emanating an eerie glow.

Giants, Rusty Pig Dogs and Trash Boxes on The Isle Of Mull

                                       This organic giants head was approx. 10 ft high
                                           Porcus Cannus Mullus

Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Friday, 2 August 2013

Acrobat in the Scraptors sculpturemad garden

This is an acrobat in the Scraptors sculpturemad garden visited today by David Andrews, Chief Executive of Visit Wiltshire which promotes tourism in the county. We are considering opening the two acre garden to groups.