Andromeda was the daughter of the king of Aethiopia. Her father was forced to sacrifice her to a sea monster that ravaged the coast of their land. Bound to a rock and awaiting her fate, Andromeda was discovered and rescued by Perseus, who killed the monster and married her.
Dimensions : Lifesize This sculpture depicts the biblical Bathsheba, wife of King David and mother of King Solomon. According to the story told in 2 Samuel 11-12 King David saw Bathsheba taking a bath while he was standing on the roof of the palace. She was beautiful and he fell in love with her. He […]
Bronze Dimensions: Life size APBCO BUILDING PRETORIA The fountain of the wolves is a portrayal of a ritual performed by a princess of the Wolf Clan before the commencement of the hunt. Before the domestication of animal, man and wolf were dependant on each other for survival, combining their instincts and expertise to ensure a […]
THE WATER NYMPHS – 1981 DIMENSIONS: 6 m high (figures 1.5 life size) This work was commissioned by the Executive Committee of the Transvaal Provincial Administration for the Board of Public Resorts. The sculpture was erected on the site of the original warm springs source at the Forever Resort in Bela Bela. The sculpture symbolises […]