Exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy
The bronze sculpture Storm was a response to the prolonged aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Cast from an enormous blown-over Sitka Spruce root, Storm highlights the often irreversible damage caused by severe weather conditions and the crucial eco-balancing role of trees.
The sculpture Storm received the N.S. MacFarlane Charitable Trust Award at the 180th Annual Exhibition, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh.
reclaimed bronze, 160 x 168 x 168 cm exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, 2006 (private collection, California, USA)
reclaimed bronze, water, steel, 86 x 115 x 115 cm exhibited at the Society of Scottish Artists, Edinburgh, 2007