Diane Maclean and Malcolm Innes with music by Bob Pegg and natural sounds Commissioned by the Forestry Commission Scotland in 2007. Light and sound on a night-time walk through the forest - Glenmore Forest.
The title of the piece pictured above is 'River of Light'.
A relief wall panel commissioned for the Pescod Square retail development, Boston Lincs, in conjunction with Boston Borough Council. Coloured stainless steel and polished stainless steel. The colour of the stainless steel is created by light penetrating an oxide on the surface of the polished material.
Commissioned for Littlewoods headquarters, Speke, Liverpool
6 stainless steel rods of increasing height each hold a slim oval of coloured stainless steel. The coloured stainless steel reacts with daylight to produce colours varying from blue to purple across the curved surfaces.
6-part installation. Coloured stainless steel. The colour of the stainless steel is created by an oxide layer on the polished surface of the material. This reacts with daylight to create colour change. The colour of the sculpture changes with the seasons and the varying light of day. Commissioned by the Cass Foundation for Sculpture at Goodwood and purchased in 2018 by RMZ Corporation, India.
An installation sculpture commissioned by Dollar Academy Trust as part of re-building and developing the sports and arts complex. An installation sculpture composed of polished stainless steel and granite boulders carried across Scotland during the Ice Age. Commissioned in 2006