Tag Archives: North Wales


“Buddies” the sculpture for Ysgol Y Foel is ready and waiting in the sculptor’s yard. It will shortly go on display outside Capel Gad pending the school being ready to move it to its permanent home. A better quality photo to follow shortly.





Work progresses on a commission.

Here is a sketch of a commissioned work. The initial maquettes have been shown before.

Dry stone walls Jones July 2015 057

Studio sketch of the commissioned work as it could look when complete


Iliff and maquette-200074

The full sized version of the tallest piece in the group. From this a mould is taken.


Making the mould-1110108

Nick at work shaping the full sized model with clay prior to taking the mould. The first sections of the mould can be seen at the bottom of the picture.


Making the mould-1110125

The casting process begins.




Raising Teulu

The casting of the main body of Teulu complete it is lifted upright, Spring  2015


Mould making

Tim at work with part of the mould for Teulu

Showing in Theatr Clwyd

From next Monday I will be displaying a collection of my small pieces at Theatre Clwyd in Mold, North Wales.  They will be for sale at the theatre. I will post pictures and a list of what is available in the next few days.

The Ferryman:- shown by kind permission of David Allen. Photo © David Allen and Nick Eames


A memorial for the miners of North Wales?

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

photo © David Allen 2013