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“Painting with Light; a sculptor’s take on Sun-dialling”
“Painting with Light; a sculptor’s take on Sun-dialling” by Tim Chalk
This article, which was published in the British Sundial Society Bulletin, Vol 26(ii) June 2014 (25th anniversary edition) can be viewed by using this link:
The Helen Crummy Memorial Sculpture; ‘Let The People Sing”
Designed And Sculpted By Tim Chalk 2014
Background Notes By Tim Chalk
I have a special interest in Sun Sculptures and Sundials, and have used the progression of shadows in sculpture for both symbolic and visual effects in many of my recent works. This sculpture has the symbolism of sunlight and illumination at its heart. It tells a story of inspiration...
Explanatory Text for the Burns Museum Artworks
“Frae Furrow tae Firmament in four lowps”
Four linked Artworks lead visitors from the approach and main entrance to the Museum, through the central Atrium to the Museum Garden. In a combination of steel, bronze and cast concrete the sculptures use text and imagery drawn from Burns’s poetry to set up a trail with hidden significance to intrigue visitors of all ages....
Commissioning an Artwork - an Introduction
You will see that no prices appear on this website. This is because every piece is a one-off, designed and executed specially for a place or person. Each project is costed individually, based on the estimated time involved, materials and other costs.
Because this isn’t like buying from a catalogue each commission follows its own path, but usually the process will...