Ceramic Suffolk Punch horse sculpture. Suffolk Punches are my favourite breed of heavy horse as they are rounded and plump (but not quite as plump as my Suffolk!) which suits my style of folk-art. I also love their chestnut colouring. I made this sculpture for the Queens Diamond Jubilee in 2012. This sculpture was exhibited in the Outside In National exhibition in 2012 and the Intuitive Folk exhibition in 2014.
Ceramic tiger sculpture. Tigers are one of my favourite animals. Unlike most depictions of tigers my tiger is fat, friendly and approachable. This sculpture was exhibited in the Intuitive Folk exhibition in 2014.
Ceramic kangaroo sculpture. I have always liked Australian animals especially kangaroos as they are very fun to draw in my fat round style. This sculpture was exhibited in the Intuitive Folk exhibition in 2014.
Ceramic fox sculpture. I sometimes draw and sculpt my fat animals wearing clothes such as this country fox. I make my foxes without clothes too.
Ceramic zebra sculpture. As well as the style of horse which is like my Suffolk Punch Horse I also make horses, ponies and zebras in the same upright style as my cats and dogs. This sculpture was exhibited in the Intuitive Folk exhibition in 2014.
Ceramic dragon sculpture. I have always been interested in dragons and other mythical animals. I make my fat dragons in other colours too.
Ceramic grey seal sculpture. I based my sculpture on an Atlantic grey seal that I photographed on a seal watching trip in the Isles of Scilly. I love seals as they can be rather round. I make sculptures of all kinds of seals too such as Harp seals:)