I have along with my family just walked through these woods in shefford and witnessed your amazing pieces of work and wanted to say thank you for such inspiring work, well done.

Gary Angell

Thank you so much for coming today & transforming our ugly stump into a wonderful work of art.  

We appreciate your talent & are grateful you could achieve such a great sculpture in the worst conditions possible.

Tony & Inez 

Hardly a day has gone by since you completed the work when people have said how good it is. Many I’ve never seen before have come into the garden and have said how delightful it is and how much it has enhanced the neighbourhood.

Needless to say I am equally delighted and feel the project was very worthwhile.

John Snoad

I saw your sculpture today for the first time that is in the University of Birmingham’s grounds – and I was really taken with it. I particularly liked the mermaid.

A lovely sculpture – a beautiful thing to discover in the sunshine!

Gudrun Limbrick

We are so pleased with the tree sculpture that you completed for us, it has generated a lot of interest and a lot of compliments.

Robin Sherry

I’ve been meaning to write to thank you for the amazing throne. It was an amazing sight and exactly what we were hoping for.

It is a huge hit with both the kids and adults passing through; a great photo attraction.

Lu

We would like to say how delighted we are with the carving of the Owl that you did for us yesterday. It has made a lovely and unusual feature in that area of the garden, and has already been admired by friends.

Ray & Jill Hodgkins

Just a bit of feedback for you re our tree carving. Gordon and I are really pleased with our sculpture which is now illuminated during the hours of darkness by a solar powered spotlight – it looks really atmospheric when it is totally dark!

We have received many comments from our neighbours as to what they think it is – which is what abstract art is all about I guess – thought provoking – all comments have been interesting and complimentary. Drivers to the Close often slow down and even stop for a closer look and a few days ago we had some members from the local gardening club having a discussion as to what they thought it depicted.

I sent pictures this morning to my friends in New Zealand who responded saying ‘wow – obviously created by someone with a real artistic talent.’

Dawn Clarke and Gordon