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2012….. Trinity House/Seething Lane Garden Client - The Corporation of London Alan is currently working with The City of London Open Spaces Department on the design phase of a sculpture garden involving stone pavers carved in shallow relief, free standing sculptures and the re-presentation of an existing sculpture. The site is on Seething Lane, home of Samuel Pepys  and the designs take this as their starting point. 2011/2012 St Pancras Sculpture Garden Client - The Corporation of London. The design and creation of 18 elaborately carved oak benches, leading a team of 10 wood carving students. The designs reference the Romanesque church that stood on the site before the Great Fire of London. “What you achieved in this very limited and enclosed space is miraculous....an extraordinarily stimulating expression of continuity and modernity.” Bob Hall Chairman of the City of London's Open Spaces and City Gardens Committee 2006 / 2012 St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle Client - The Dean and Canons of Windsor. For the past 6 years Alan has been in charge of the production of over 30 new sculptures for St George’s Chapel Windsor, working closely with their Sculpture Committee, Cathedral Works Organisation and a team of young Sculptors. Personal work includes “The Head of Christ” for the centre of the West Front.


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