Martin Cash’s semi-abstract sculpture of an Unfurling Fern is tactile and at the same time visually mesmeric. Carved from the warmly veined Portuguese Limestone known as Mocha Crème, he has modelled the ‘crozier’ of the fern (named after the curly end of a bishop’s staff), and in doing so created a pleasing rhythm of wheels within wheels. Stand-alone beautiful, it is however enhanced by being placed against flora and would look sublime in a garden setting.
A full-time stone sculptor in the Cotswolds, continuing the skills, traditions and origins of stone sculpture, Martin Cash uses predominantly British stone to carve one-off pieces. Nothing matches the durability, feel, elegance and exclusivity of stone sculpture. Martin resists making copies of his work in other media, preferring that each sculpture is a unique artwork that will last for generations.
More of this talented, self-taught sculptor's works are on display in our lovely Burford Art Gallery.
Materials:Mocha Cream, Portuguese limestone, suitable for indoors or outside
Dimensions (approx.): H:68cm, W:60cm, D:10cm; plinth H:6cm, W:46cm, D:18cm
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