February 2020

The wax of the Farmer Salmon Mask for the
2nd Arch, Settlement Sculptures.

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Philip Bews Diane Gorvin
Sculpture for public sites



January 2020

The Hares for Arch 1 - Settlement Sculptures - Diane's original made in plaster, with mould cast by Dorota Rapacz from which Diane cast the wax hares. These will be cast in bronze by Castle Fine Arts Foundry.








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January 2019

Phil's relief carving of foods related to Banbury, for the seat back for Arch 1 - Settlement Sculptures.



















January 2020

The Farmer Salmon Mask was modelled in clay by Diane, and this silicone mould of it made by sculptor Dorota Rapacz - See her own work and contact details on the farOpen website










































February 2020

Medieval Woman bronze mask fitted to oak apex post for Arch 2 - Settlement Sculptures.

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February 2020

Starting to fit the Farmer Salmon wax to the oak apex post.
















































February 2020

Work on the antlers of the Spirit of the Forest by Ben Collins at PJ Engineering, Coleford.


March 2020

The Hares fitted into Arch 1 - Settlement Sculptures for Banbury.































































































































February 2020

This tree fell during Storm Dennis in Lydney Park Estate, and was brought to our attention by our friend Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva. A beautiful Oak - hopefully it will be suitable to make the 2nd and 3rd Arches for the sculptures for Banbury - www.settlementsculptures.co.uk/arch-2 . We will know once we get a dry spell - to then be able to move the tree.

© Diane Gorvin and Philip Bews 2020