Portland stone on mahogany base, hand-carved, height 17cm incl base.
This carving is about an exciting and beautiful place on the Gower Coast. The view has a headland on the right, in relief in the sculpture, and cliffs on the left, which are ridged in places from historical quarrying. This view includes cliff shapes and how they are sometimes rugged, sometimes geometric and sometimes seem to nudge each other. There is also a line connecting the headland and the cliffs giving the feeling that the scene gives that the shapes are pulling towards each other. The other side talks about how although the sea horizon appears to be a straight line, it is really an arc of a very large circle.
Looking at the sculpture, I get the feeling of being in the place that generated the image.