Vanda Carter

Metal sculpture

An iron oxide romance...

In Spring 2014 I joined the metal sculpture class at Morley College's Henry Moore Sculpture Studio and began to make sculpture.

Many of the sculptures shown are made from rusty steel collected on my favourite beach on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset.

These rusty pieces may or may not be the last remnants of a section of a 'Mulberry Harbour', a floating platfrom used to move artillery and supplies from the Allied ships to the Normandy beaches for the D-Day landings in June 1944.
I like to think that this is true.

Scroll down to see, and click on each image to see a larger version.

IMG_2180 web crpd

Sentinel 1 (detail)

Empty Towers P2347 site pic

Empty Towers

Feather 2137 site page


Exuvia 1a


Angel IMG_2136 site pic


Phoenix Hour IMG_3444 web

Phoenix Hour

Uncertainty 2146 site pic


IMGP2416 white bg1 copy


IMG_3384 planes LR


Airlock 2198 site pic


Sentinel 1 (June 2015)

Sentinel One: Watching

Sentinel Three Listening (Nov 2018)

Sentinel Three: Listening

Sentinel 2 IMGP3847web

Sentinel Two: Waiting

Flotsam WB1web


Tree of Ignorance IMGP3945 (1)

Tree of Ignorance

Happy Mummy for web

Happy Mummy

Radio receiver circuit diagram railings (2018)
(steel and polyester resin)

My new garden railings. The design is based on a 1940s AC mains superheterodyne valve radio receiver circuit diagram. I have always thought electronic circuit diagrams are beautiful and that the amazing obsolete technologies which got us where we are today need to be celebrated. Analoguepunk?

Vanda with Railing sculpture 3-18web

Untitled (as yet)


Tiny Maria

Cross Gabriel V1 copy

Cross Gabriel

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