Trilathon was created in 2002 and is a large sculpture made from heavy sheet copper.
“Seeds of sculpture found fertile ground in me as a boy when regular visits to the Egyptian Gallery at the British Museum inspired me to read about ancient civilizations, thus creating a lifelong interest in the arts of all nations.
As a student at Worthing and Brighton Schools of Art the sensuous feel of clay instilled in me a joy that remains to this day. The realities of a tough but satisfying working life in a bronze foundry, shipyards, engineering and construction are now to my advantage as a sculptor. Retirement re-aligned my thinking and I completed a four year part-time Diploma in Fine Art course at the Southampton Institute of Higher Education. Finding soulmates at last, we created a group of like minded people to form 2D3D South Contemporary Art. English Heritage granted me an hour within that sacred circle of Stonehenge to sketch, photograph and be as one with the magic of its silence. The results of many dreams, the Trilathon has eclipsed all others and will stand another century and more.”