Field Notes at Warnham

The public art project ‘Field Notes from Warnham’ aims to bring the written word and small artworks to Warnham Nature Reserve in West Sussex.  The project has been developed by Alison Turnbull, Will Nash and Tanya Shadrick.  We are inviting visitors to the reserve to participate in words and images, sharing their thoughts about the flora and fauna, the small things noticed, the friends made, discovering the spirit of the place.


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Green Chevron at the Cass Foundation

Really pleased to have my Green Chevron on display at the Cass Sculpture Foundation. I have just received these images of it looking very fine in the early autumn sunshine.

Images Green Chevron 2017, Courtesy Cass Sculpture Foundation. Photographer B Hindle

Knights Wood Town Square Opening

On Friday 8 September, The Mayor of Tunbridge Wells, Cllr Julia Soyke declared the new Town Square at Knights Wood officially open – with a little help from pupils of Skinners’ Kent Primary School.



he opening of the Town Square, which features a tranquil water feature and striking steel sculpture created by artist and sculptor Will Nash, was marked by a ceremony attended by local residents and businesses, plus teachers and Year Three pupils from Skinners’ Kent Primary School, at Knights Wood.


Susie Bennett, Sales and Marketing Director at Dandara, welcomed the Mayor and other guests to Knights Wood and explained,

This is a really important milestone for all of us involved in the creation of this fantastic development. There is already a strong sense of community at Knights Wood and I am sure the Town Square will help to strengthen this even further. I hope the residents of Knights Wood will thoroughly enjoy this peaceful space.

The Town Square features a stainless steel sculpture created by Will Nash, which stands 2.8 metres tall as the focal point of the long, shallow water feature. The sculpture includes intricate cut-out shapes of leaves, cones and other natural forms collected from the beautiful woodland that surrounds Knights Wood.


Knights Wood Sculpture Installation

This week I installed the sculpture for Knights Wood with fabricators ArcFab. The material is Bead Blasted Stainless Steel, it stands about 2.8 meters high at the focal point of a long shallow water feature. Once it is paved in I'll get some final pics.

The pattern is based on a Penrose Tile grid (chosen for its fractal nature), the cutout shapes are all leaves, cones and other natural forms collected from the local woodland. To accompany the sculpture I am running a series of creative workshops with Year 2 students from Skinners Kent Primary School which is adjacent to the site.

Atomic Fever at Blickachsen

This week I am installing my new 'Atomic Fever' sculpture in a large Silver Poplar tree in a beautiful park in Bad Homburg. These pics are from day 1, today we constructed and positioned the core structure, which amounts to approx 30% of the finished piece, I have two more days to finish off. Hope the sun keeps shining.

The Blickachsen installation team are doing an excellent job, thanks everyone...