Stelae, 2023. Acid washed and black oiled galvanised steel frames, laser cut mirror-polished marine grade steel; Installed at Kestle Barton Gallery 
Stele 1, 1880 (h)  (with base 1940) x 850 x 550 mm
Stele 2, 1880 (h)  (with base 1940) x 850 x 530 mm
Stele 3, 1880 (h)  (with base 1940) x 635 x 470 mm

 
Stelae are a group of three slender structures in blackened steel with mirrored insets that frame and reflect elements of the garden, pluralising our sense of place. Their cool geometry is a counterpoint to the cacophony of texture and colour in the garden. Elements of the garden are isolated by the mirror sections, which also reflect the passing viewer, whose image is scattered and mingled with the garden.