Category Archives: Figurative sculptures

A Dragon for Flint…

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‘The Dragon’ is intended to be a monumental steel drawing in space; the symbol of Welsh pride, through which (though not obscured by) the Castle ruins can be seen. A lasting, imposing trace of the weight of history. My desire is that they balance, and acknowledge that this is a nation for all its citizens.

And to give an idea of the possible scale:

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A Collection of Maquettes

This collection of macquettes is from an earlier existing body of work which I am currently revisiting. Click on the images to see the full photograph.

All photos © Nick Eames.

Jade Jones – Update

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Jade Jones has won Olympic Gold a second time for Taekwondo. Last time, I developed a macquette for a proposed statue, which can be seen here.

‘Howl’ – Exhibited 1994

Pictures of an early work ‘Howl’ can be seen here.

‘The Welsh Dragon’

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If you are interested in having a bronze of Ddraig Goch made, you can message me via the contacts page.

A memorial for the miners of North Wales?

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North Wales has had a long history in the mining of coal, lead, copper and other minerals.

Photo © David Allen 2013

‘Ddraig Goch’

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Bronze maquette commissioned by Margaret Clement-Evans. Full sized version proposed for suitable site in Wales.

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With a model figure to show proposed scale of the final version.