Local Galleries and Events
You can find Stuart's commemorative World War 2 bench in the American gardens of Mount Edgecumbe in Cornwall. The bench is made of a heavy concrete base with a comfortable wooden seat.
The cut metal American soldiers represent the troops who were stationed at Mount Edgcumbe Country Park during the Second World War. Many gave their lives during the operations that followed.
It's a quiet place to sit and contemplate life and memories.
Bench with wood and concrete base with metal American soldiers facing in different directions
Drawn to the Valley
Stuart regularly shows his art as part of the Drawn to the Valley artists network. It is a focal point for well established professional artists, talented amateurs and beginners. Exhibitions have included a Christmas in Yelverton and at Butchers' Hall in Tavistock.
Artists display their work at Drawn to the Valley Exhibition at Butchers' Hall Tavistock
Steampunk, Pink Floyd and Sex Pistols mosaics and cards on display at Drawn to the Valley Christmas exhibition.
Arts University Plymouth
The end of term university exhibition was a chance to sell items made during my university coursework. It was also an opportunity to display my Madrider maosaic designs to show people work created previous to the course.
Steampunk art and mosaics on a display table.
HOST Gallery Plymouth
The former HOST Gallery in Plymouth kindly showcased my artwork.
A commemorative piece for the upcoming Mayflower 400 celebration and a table inspired by the "Mod" movement of the 1960's.