abstract work, which represents the Celtic fascination with
everything which comes in threes. The three faces reflect the
mystical background of the early Celtic period, and the fascination
with the past, the present and the future, i.e. life on earth and life in
the underworld. The faces also reflect the relationship between the
Celts and the Romans.
John has a BA Hons in Fine Art-Sculpture from John Moore's
University, Liverpool. He works mainly in wood and has carried out
numerous public and private commissions. His projects have
included a residency with the National Trust in the Lake District and
work with schools and in the community.
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