Jeremy creates contemporary, figuratively based sculptures, that manifest the human spirit with lightness and grace.
“My inspiration comes from the moments in life when my soul is touched and my spirit soars. Often simple moments, when I see the moon in the clear night sky or get lifted on the wings of a passing bird. My creative heart is stirred when I feel a sweet reverence for life.”
Now based near Lewes in East Sussex, Jeremy grew up exploring the wilds of North Wales and Shropshire. His love of nature and desire to be creative first led him to become a gardener and garden designer. He was drawn into sculpture through carving found pieces of wood. This developed into working in clay and plaster and creating sculptures for gardens. The first garden sculpture he made was chosen to be the centre piece of a Show Garden at Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Since then his work has been in much demand and has been shown in some of the great gardens of England and can be found in private collections around the world.