razor shells on Blakeney Point



Catching Water

A United Nations report claims that water, not oil, will be the next resource over which nations will go to war




Catching Water, the title of this piece, was made in response to the UN statement.  The cracked and decaying blocks, made of fired clay, represent the state of our fragile environment; water is collected and held up in bowls which are both crumbling and precariously balanced.


Final Resting Place

In 2014, after ‘visiting’ several other sites, Catching Water came to it’s final resting place, our orchard in Salthouse where it very appropriately completed the spiral of the hazel trees planted some ten years previously.


In prehistoric times, water was held to be sacred

       Nets were symbolic of the waters of life                 







a Spanish word meaning rest or resting place