William has been commissioned to produce a number of interesting sculptures. Below are a selection of his commissions:
William’s most recent carving in wood, ‘Prayer Ascending’, was completed in 2017 and is displayed in East Harling Parish Church.
The Crib was a commission for East Harling Parish Church.
New Malden lies to the south west of Greater London, near Wimbledon, and may be reached by train from Waterloo Station. The sculptures hang in the coffee bar behind the main church and are on permanent display.
The back ground timber is Cedar of Lebanon, the ribbon is made from English Ash and Brown Oak. The black crosses are made of 2000 year old Bog Oak from the Lincolnshire fens. The veneers come from around the world.
The name of this village is over 900 years old and came about because this was the only bridge over the Thet river within a ten mile stretch.
Double Helix sculptures in Oak, London Plane and Utile
The Dove may be seen as a GIFT, a GIFT from every atom of the Universe.
Back wood: European Ash (Flaxinus excelsior)
Top hands: USA/Canada (Madrona Arbutus menziesii)
Dove: European Lime (Tilia spp)
Lower Hands: European Plane (Platanus acerifolia)
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