2019-20 A Living Coast

an artwork celebrating NWT’s acquisition of land connecting the Cley and Salthouse marshes


…… In the Domesday Book of 1086, Salthouse is entered simply as ‘a house for the storing of salt.’  Long before this, salt was made by the then worldwide method of boiling sea water in clay vessels; Cley is Anglo-Saxon ‘claeg’ for clay.  It follows then that these two adjacent coastal settlements have connections going way back in time….

The clay (Cley) bowls of this work represent those bowls used historically to make the salt to be stored in the salt house

Heathwork 1997 – 2017

(see all work from these dates under  the heading ‘Heathwork’ on front page)

Salthouse Sculpture Trail



Garden Frames

Summer 2010





Salt of the Earth


Summer 2009







Burgh Apton Sculpture Trail