Bronze medal set back into a piece of oak. The medal shows a section of an historical map. To the top right is the name Vain and towards the bottom is the lettering Balnarty Hill, this is amongst wavy lines describing a hillside and their are dotted lines possibly describing how the land is carved up re ownership.

Loch Leven II

Materials: Bronze

Created: 2014

Client: TRACKS (The Rural Access Committee of Kinross-shire)

H: 8.5cm W: 8.5cm D: variable

Categories: Commissions, Exhibition Works

View at: Loch Leven perimeter walk

Work for sale: Contact the artist

A series of six works integrated into oak seating on the final section of a new network of pathways around the loch. This section is across the road, to the west of the car park at Vane Farm. The works are site-specific, relating directly to commissioned couplets that reflect the landscape and heritage of the loch.

The designs were realised by carving them into cast plaster discs, taking rubber moulds from the carvings then pouring wax into the moulds, these wax versions were then used in the process of lost wax bronze casting.

The client kindly allowed me to edition three of these works; Queen Bee, Pollen and the Dragonfly, each of these is in an edition of seven.


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