I have been approached to produce a hand-carved replica of a famous Pictish symbol stone. The Invereen Stone was found in a field near Tomatin, south of Inverness, during ploughing in the 1930s. It now sits in the National Museum for Scotland in Edinburgh. My replica...
I was lucky enough to have a pair of my carvings appear on BBC TV’s longstanding gardening series, Beechgrove Garden, recently. The large knot sculpture and the sycamore seed that are currently at the Knockando woolmill (as well as myself) were all given...
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