Anthony made this Frog for a client. There is a huge diversity in frogs. There are frogs actually named Big-headed Frogs and there are blue frogs. The client has named him Jeremy Fisher after the Beatrix Potter character.
- 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, 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.
Friday, 1 February 2019
Thursday, 6 December 2018
This is our first installation at the Lakeside Garden Centre in what will be a Nature themed sculpture trail round the lake and into a nearby wooded area.These two frogs illustrate the vast variety of frogs in the world which can be almost any colour. There are even blue eyed frogs. Frogs are threatened worldwide by a devastating fungus, pollution and habitat loss. Scientists regard them as the "canary in the coalmine" warning of ecological problems. (Canaries were placed down the mines to warn of dangerous gases.)
Wednesday, 10 October 2018
Tuesday, 2 October 2018
These are some of the sculptures in "Art in the Garden" in the Hillier Gardens near Romsey on until October 14th. Above and immediately below sculptures by Ptolemy Elrington. Below some corvids by Michael Kusz and below that a cycling fish by Darren Greenhow. Lots more and still time to catch it.
Friday, 28 September 2018
Prague is sculpture heaven. These are a few of them, Above is the memorial to the victims of communism a series of disintegrating humans by sculptor Olbram Zoubek. Below are three by the wacky David Cerny. Each layer of the silver head of Kafka rotates so that the head disintegrates then reforms in reference to Metamorphosis. Below that some snakes in a wall. Lots of baroque sculptures too.