I based these skulls on a photograph of an ancient (and very worn) Tibetan Buddhist stone.
These are all freehand carved before sanding/polishing to 1200 grade. Enamelled with professional signwriters enamel before finishing with slate sheen. Sizes range from 7 x 10 cm to 9 x 10.5 cm. Available to buy now.
As the last two relief carved Pictish boar wall plaques sold within minutes of posting to my Facebook page, I’ve since made two more. Available to buy direct from Hatch, Burn, Carve (message me or email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Carved from hand-cut reclaimed slates (24 x 17 cm), I based these designs on an ancient stone from a book about Tibetan carvings.
This one is now in California!
Freehand carved and gold enamelled Pictish beastie wall plaque.
Four new ‘Time Gazer’ wall plaques, recently delivered and on sale now at Kilmartin Museum shop.
Exclusive design for Kilmartin Museum and © Hatch, Burn, Carve/Martin Wilson 2016.
More of the stock items which I have been making- relief carved, gold enamelled, Pictish boar wall plaques. I’ll have these for sale at forthcoming fairs, but you can also buy these direct from me. PM me or email email@example.com
Three enamelled Om Mani Padme Hum wall plaques from a recent commission.
Hand carved from reclaimed Cornish slate (30 x 20 cm)
Available to order from Hatch, Burn, Carve (message me or email firstname.lastname@example.org)
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.
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 email@example.com)
I was commissioned to make a wall plaque as a lasting memorial to a special hound called Colin. Hand carved and enamelled from a reclaimed Cornish roof slate. Design © Hatch, Burn, Carve/Martin Wilson