Peter Birkett 2013 ©
I struggled in full kit over the sand dunes. Bomb fragments were still to be found. Very moving experience.
Portrait Bronze Statuette, created as a corporate award, that is given annually.
The very sharp metal claws are a contrast to the soft fur.
Created entirely of paper. Just think of a corporate use for a sculpture of your choosing.
Plastic is so consumable, but when it survives the test of time, it is special.
From a marvellous, but tatty wartime printed copy of ‘Two Types’ to a Great War French private purchase trench knife.
Considering I do not smoke cigarettes, I seem to have amassed hundreds of packs and tins of vintage ‘coffin nails’.
From Poplar space figures to Britain’s Deetail Japanese soldiers. A small glimpse at my collection.
Life size sculpture, made from driftwood and dried grasses.
One of a series of plaques depicting British military scenes.
At the end of a lovely day.