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Harrods
Curzon Cinema - Mayfair
Liverpool Cathedral
Clifton Cathedral Bristol - stations of the cross
Cement Concrete Association

Techniques and Media
Cement Sculpture with Faircrete
Plaster
Etched Glass
Glass Fibre Cladding
Glass Reinforced Plastic
Metalised Concrete
Inlaid Chipboard
Aluminium
Large Scale Concrete Sculpture
sandblasting
Scaling a Pattern
Metal Moulding
Recycled Glass
Recycled Furniture
Corten Metal Fountains
Water features
Other Projects
Clatterbridge Cancer Research Hospital
Humanities Building at Manchester University
Honolulu Civic Square
Lee Valley Water and Swiss Cottage Community Centre
Motorway Bridge Designs
Wellington College
Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps
Harlow Civic Water Gardens
London City Council
minut Men
Manchester Piccadilly Hotel
Deptford High Street
Recreational Structures
Vintage Car Rally
Various 1960's concrete works
Miscellaneous
Bay Area Transport System
Qatar
The Ritz
Proposed Fulham Stadium

Cement and Concrete Association (Features) 1965

The association was a research organisation, and I was asked to produce an example illustrating as many methods of producing textures, finishes and colours as possible. I chose to execute my version of the Anglo-Saxon fertility rite known as the Corn King and the Spring Queen. After all, the garden at Wexham was as fertile an area as one was likely to find.

Each figure could be a different finish and colour, and yet it would hold together as one sculptural group.

Thus:

No 1 was the Witch Doctor


No 2 His face mask in gap graded stones.


No 3 The golden-coloured hand maiden and protective arm


No 4 The entire group


No 5 A typical English fertility ceremony


No 6 As the setting sun gleams through the Corn King's eye, a bag of cement is sacrificed to ensure a satisfactory New Year.

His Majesty