Robins on fork handles.
Stainless steel and hardwood fork handle.
Rich Bindon on why he created this sculpture:
“My Grandmother used to live next door to us in Wootton Bassett, her garden was huge and contained chicken coops, a greenhouse and a large unused shed which contained rusty Victorian gardening tools, anvils, tin baths etc. It was completely overgrown inside with vines, ivy and cobwebs.
The whole garden was great to explore, A resident Robin (who lived in the ivy filled shed) was always hopping around and I would watch him perch on a fork or spade to oversee my Grandmother at work in the garden.”
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