I have created a range of Skye Marble Sculptures, in order to showcase the true beauty of the marble in many different forms. These sculptures vary from conceptual, to figurative, and can be viewed below.
Sky Marble Sculptures
Skye Causeway is inspired by the Giants Causeway in Ireland, where huge hexagonal columns of basalt thrust skywards from the sea edge.
Lost in a Forrest is where slabs of branch design Skye marbles form a forest, and where cabochons of Iona marble are wandering lost within it.
Cabs is where Sky marble cabochons have been created to show off the spectacular range of colours and designs. I’ve raised these beautiful cabochons, each different, on plinths also made from Skye marble.
Sea Serpents have been part of Scottish folklore for hundreds of years, including the Stronsay beast and the Loch Ness monster! The sculpture design shows four different serpents above and below the water.
Cave is a reproduction of Fingals cave on the Isle of Staffam where basaltic columns have produced a cave with a lava top.
Tilted Blocks is a geometric folly of different Skye marble shapes, leaning over and about to fall, but not quite!
All the sculptures are unique and are available for purchase, so if you are interested in seeing more pictures or getting pricing details then please get in touch via my contact page, or using my contact details listed at the top of this page.