This sculpture is a remembrance of the rolling hills of the NSW South Coast with their cow trails, wooded vales, hidden creeks and waterfalls.
The beds of ancient coral reefs, compacted over time, yield limestone. Having this biological background this stone invests life into the organic forms that I love to create from it.
Its creamy colouring is enriched by the inclusion of visible fossils and shells in its structure.
This stone is soft and, similar to sandstone, will colour and grow mosses when placed outside.