Enamelled panels of sheet copper, single or linked in arrangements which are sometimes free standing and otherwise intended for wall display.
Image sources derive from landscape, architecture and natiral form. Enamel is applied expressively and high fired to extend it's value.
Commissions have taken the form of sets of enamelled panels used as embellishment for church tabernacles and for large scale murals on cruise liners, or for domestic interiors. The only work is in public and for private collections and is exhibited regularly nationally and internationally and is executed to commission and for gallery show.