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LATEST WORKS: MONUMENTAL/LARGE  |  SMALL | BRONZE
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3 dolphins jump seemingly defying the laws of gravity. Water drops from the underside of the dolphins, camouflaging the 4 anchor points. 2 pumps provide strong water flow. The sculpture is primarily a stainless steel with hard as nails oily driftwood bolted to it. The An optional limestone cast fountain bath, sculpture can sit in an existing water feature or alternatively can be displayed in its own 4.5m diameter limestone cast fountain bath. Suitable for indoors or out.
Flight
  A Wonderful Folly that cost over £100,000.00 to make. Long dead hardwood bolted and screwed onto a substantial stainless steel structure. The inside of the dome is burnished stainless steel. The floor is a wonderful Celtic stone mosaic. A unique piece.
The Grizzlies atop the Temple of Ceres
A dramatic sculpture of a thoroughbred galloping towards the finish line. Long dead hard as nails driftwood welded and bolted onto a substantial stainless steel armature that descends through the front legs to a subterranean base. Suitable for outdoors.
Crackerjack
  A Golden eagle perches on a magnificent gnarly tree surveying his territory. Built on a stainless steel armature which extends from the head of the eagle all the way to a Subterranean base
Down Time Up Tree
A Resting Hare sleeping on a round plinth. Aged old hardwood and 19th century sleeper ties all reinforced with a stainless steel armature that descends to a subterranean base. This sculpture is for outdoors and in.
Sleeping around
  A Basking Hare sits astride a round plinth. Made from age old driftwood and 19th century sugarcane plantation railroad sleeper ties reinforced with a stainless steel armature that descends to a subterranean base. This sculpture is suitable for both indoors and out.
A Basking Hare
A British Feral Goat wanders for a hike in the Peak District, eyeing up the lay of the land. Long dead hardwood assembled onto a stainless steel armature that descends to a subterranean base. Suitable for outdoors.
The Wanderer
  A Mare and her two foals. Long dead driftwood bolted and screwed onto a stainless steel armature that descends to subterranean bases. The horses can be bought individually. All are suitable for outdoors.
Aurore and her two foals, Button and Violette
A Hare makes a turn on his corkscrewed post
Hare in the Wind
  A Hare gallops at extreme speed caught in a moment on his 19th century post
Hare in a bit of a Turn
A Very Large Frog sits astride a 19th century sleeper tie. The long dead hardwood is attached to a stainless steel armature that descends to a subterranean base. This sculpture is suitable for both outdoors and in. Edition of 4.
A Very Large Frog
  Two cock pheasants fight for supremacy. The claws and feet are made from stainless steel that extends to all parts of the sculpture providing structure. This sculpture is suitable for both indoors and out.
Rivalry - the battle of two Cock pheasants
Mr Moon Fox stares wistfully at the Moon. Long dead driftwood bolted, screwed and welded onto a stainless steel armature that descends through a 19th century sleeper tie to a stainless steel plinth and ultimately to an optional subterranean base.
Mr MoonFox
  A dramatic Shark suspended by his tail fin. Long dead driftwood bolted and welded onto a substantial stainless steel armature that descends to a subterranean base. This sculpture is suitable for outdoors.
Dexter the Mako Shark
A Chicken forages for food - stainless steel and long dead driftwood assembled on a 19th century sugarcane railway tie. mounted on a stainless steel plinth. Built for outdoors or in
A Fruitful Forage
  Delilah the Chicken turns her head to the best advantage. Age old driftwood assembled to a stainless steel armature attached to a 19th century steam railroad ties mounted on a stainless steel plinth. Suitable for indoors or out.
Delilah the Chicken
A hauntingly beautiful bust of a young monarch mounted on 19th century sleeper rails from the sugarcane steam railroads.
The Young Monarch
  A magnificent study of a bust of a destrier, attached to 18th steam railroad ties and mounted on an oval limestone plinth. A sturdy stainless steel frame runs through the sculpture from the tips of the ears to a subterranean base.
The Bust of the Warhorse
A Fine looking hare stands guard perched on his 19th century Molave wood sleeper rail. Long dead driftwood on stainless steel armature that descends from the tip of each ear through the column to a stainless steel plinth with optional subterranean base. For indoors or out.
Monty the Hare
  A very healthy cat perches atop a gnarly 19th century Molave post. Age old driftwood mounted on a sturdy stainless steel armature. The sculpture sits on a stainless steel plinth. Suitable for indoors or out.
Mr Tippertyflipjicket
A Rooster with focus! This fellow looks down from his gnarly post searching for the first worm attempting to prove beyond doubt that the Early Bird does Catch the Worm. Stainless steel armature reinforces the sculpture from the tips of the feathers down to a subterranean base.
The Search for the First Worm
  A magnificent British Lop pig seeks a little affection, trotters resting on a rustic garden bench made from 19th century sugarcane steam railroad ties. Both sculpture and bench are built on a sturdy stainless steel armature that runs to a subterranean base,
Primrose Pig and her Bench
A Long eared owl lands on a gnarly post. All parts of the sculpture are attached to a substantial stainless steel armature that runs through the marble base into an optional subterranean base. Suitable for both indoors and out.
A Long eared Owl Landing
  A series of 8 studies of larger than life-size dragonflies made with stainless steel and age old wood. The dragonfly defies gravity as it lands on the tip of a gnarly post. A very strong stainless steel armature ensures that the dragonfly remains very stable. The post is attached to a stainless steel plinth. For indoors and out.
Touchdown
An Osprey takes flight from a 10ft high natural rock waterfall. This water feature is free standing in its own 2,000 litre basin. The reverse side is planted. The sculpture looks absolutely magnificent from all angles. It comes with its own pump system.
The Flight of the Osprey
  A Golden Eagle launches itself from a stainless steel column
The Flight of the Golden Eagle
Tubular stainless steel with a covering of age old driftwood.
Rococo the Jumping Stallion
 
 
James Doran Webb