Digging through my archive of images, I realised that I forgot to post these. A set of trophies for the World Enduro Series 2015 which was part of the Tweedlove bike festival. I created designs based on three animals found in the Tweed Valley, namely red squirrel, osprey and salmon (designs © Hatch, Burn, Carve/Martin Wilson).
Scottish purple and grey slate in frame made from old sarking boards.
The buyer of my ‘Stream of Knowledge’ piece (which won the Peebles Creative Place competition) commissioned me to make this as a companion.
© Hatch, Burn, Carve/Martin Wilson
Commissioned stone to be placed in a prayer garden in Somerset.
Central relief carved Tam syllable (used with kind permission from Tashi Mannox) with three symbols and Sanskrit Om. Hand carved and enamelled from hearth stone (45 cm squared).
Pictish coaster set commission. Each one 11 cm squared, hand cut, hand carved and hand finished.
Tara Ling house sign (35×40 cm).
Hand carved, polished and gold enamelled from slate hearth stone. Includes the ten syllable Green Tara mantra and Tam syllable (used with kind permission from Tashi Mannox).
This particular Pictish ‘beastie’ is found on Rodney’s Stone, which is located close to the entrance of Brodie Castle, near Forres in Moray.
These two plaques were made for a recent commission. Freehand carved and enamelled, 30 x 20 cm.
I made this memorial stone for my Mum and Grandparents.
Hand carved and gold enamelled from a reclaimed hearth stone.
Very pleased to be creating pieces for Talliston House and Gardens. These are the Talliston Labyrinth wall plaques, reproducing the labyrinth from ‘The Old Rectory’ standing stone which stands in front of the house.
These labyrinth talismans are available to buy at Talliston, but you can also purchase on-line via Folksy;
Please have a look at the Talliston House and Gardens website and be amazed! It has taken 25 years to transform a 3 bedroom ex-council house into ‘Britain’s most extraordinary home’.
All photographs by John Trevillian.
These were freehand carved from reclaimed slate. The Scottish purple slate gives a beautiful contrast when carved. The other was carved from Cornish slate and hand-enamelled in traditional Tibetan colours.
On sale at the shop at Samye Ling, or you can order direct from Hatch, Burn, Carve (message me or email firstname.lastname@example.org)
Hand carved from a piece of natural Tweed Valley slate. These are on sale at the shop at Kagyu Samye Ling Tibetan Monastery (and you can also buy direct from Hatch, Burn, Carve- message me or email email@example.com).