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15-Apr-2018

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All work is on display at the platform gallery in Clitheroe now for the Ribble valley open exhibition fantastic variety of arts and crafts and a bit of Stator work too vote for your favorite if you are passing
https://www.facebook.com/theplatformgallery/

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09-Apr-2018

More design work for the Barowford pathway project. Proposal is all written costed up, checked and submitted, fingers crossed 🙂

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02-Apr-2018

Had a great afternoon playing with shapes today not quite what I was after or what I was supposed to be doing but constructive all the same.

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16-Mar-2018

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Very proud day at Stator towers
I've been accepted to exhibit at this year's festival of making in Blackburn, 😀👍
And..
I've had all my submitted pieces accepted at the ribble Valley open exhibition in Clitheroe
More details will follow 😀
Welcome top day 😁

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03-Mar-2018

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Main camera froze 😱😱 so phone work only but found what I was looking for
Nature's line, sometimes elegantly curved other times jagged or layered and complicated either way better than we all could hope to produce

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03-Mar-2018

Yesss got Skipton too 😁

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03-Mar-2018

Super chuffed Thirsk we will meet again 😀👍

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30-Mar-2018

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New lamps! £155
I've made up 5 more scaffold plank lamps, super chunky wood Base full of carecter and detail
Stator globe shades that fracture the light beautifully.
Fitted with low energy bulb and top quality electrical fittings with itialian woven fabric cable. Each one subtly different with reclaimed aluminium motor casting back-stand attached on reverse to protect the cable. These work great as a floor lamp and give subtle light and shadows
Available from legacy arts Todmorden, About the boy Colne and The courtyard gallery, Ambleside.
And my new studio at Higherford Mill Barrowford 😊
Or fb or my website Www.statorart.co.uk
PayPal and postage not a problem
Thankyou 🙂
£155

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01-Mar-2018

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New lamps! £130
Solid oak reclaimed ancient beam bases hand finished and full of character.
Stator shades fracture the light beautifully.
Fitted with low energy bulb and top quality electrical fittings with itialian woven fabric cable. Each one subtly different with reclaimed metalwork attached on reverse to protect the cable.
Available from legacy arts Todmorden, About the boy Colne and The courtyard gallery, Ambleside.
Or fb or my website Www.statorart.co.uk
PayPal and postage not a problem
Thankyou 🙂
£130

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14-Feb-2018

Back in the studio this evening 😀
Images are from last weeks experiments with copper wire as a means of fixing, its a real fiddle but I like it 😀

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13-Feb-2018

Just popped up on my timeline, the first pieces I ever sold.
Higherford Mill Artists open studio back in 2015. Long before I had a studio there.
#proud.

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13-Feb-2018

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I'm not to sure where I'm going with these pieces but I'm loving the line and form, they are wired together and fully articulate and are removable from there mounts.

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12-Feb-2018

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I've been a busy chap over the last few weeks managed to make 10+ lamps.
I've a new batch of the scaffolding plank ones and some new style ones constructed from a solid chunks of oak All now with low energy bulbs
Decent photos, prices and stockists to follow.

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12-Feb-2018

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The last out door piece I placed.
Sadly no longer.

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31-Dec-2017

WIRED

Fireworks in negative look so cool 😎

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24-Oct-2017

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Really Experimental studio time today.
There pieces fully move and flex, they are held together by crimped cables and are alive.

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StatorArt

Creations by artist Richard Davies almost entirely made from reclaimed electric motors and ancient oak posts and beams

Unit 150 - Lomeshaye Business Village, Turner Road, Nelson, Lancashire BB9 7DR

Tel: 01282 615468