“My sculptural pieces are influenced by living and working in Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire – apple and pear country. Since childhood, I have been captivated by the strange beauty revealed by fruit in its decaying stages. Using wood which has been under stress, I take advantage of the gnarly burrs and striking spalting produced to create the juxtaposition of decay and ripeness I find so fascinating.
The body of this wall-mounted apple sculpture is crafted from Walnut from Hertfordshire. The stalk is made from African Ebony and the leaf is in Quilted Maple from Canada.
Approximate dimensions: Height: 470mm(18½”), Width: 350mm(17¾”), Depth: 55mm(2″)
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