Jesse Merton-Richards studied stonecarving under Jean Denise Biscornet in Canada, then studied with master masons in Croatia and after a foundation course in Falmouth where he studied with granite masons and has been carving ever since in an assortment of materials.
All artwork by Jesse Merton-Richards Contemporary British sculptor
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'Leap (Carved abstract Modern stone Salmon Leaping garden sculptures)' by Jesse Merton-Richards
Description: Semi Abstract Modern Contemporary Figurative Polished Fluid Black Serpentine Stone Salmon Fish Leaping sculptures for sale. The Leaping Salmon, A symbol of striving fourth through all adversity no matter how treacherous, facing seemingly endless struggle with beauty and endless endurance, yet still so elegant to the point of making everything seem effortless!.
'Eternally Three (Little Indoor abstract Alabaster sculptures)' by Jesse Merton-Richards
Description: Indoor Inside Alabaster Modern Contemporary Trilogy sculptures for sale.The Eternal Emotional Triangle in Fluid Symetric Form or Pattern. The Three in One is significant throughout many Contexts and belief structures and with many different explanations, the three as one felt right for me when creating this piece, working with the idea of three eternal souls created in harmony manifesting through the infinite. I was also thinking about the idea of one benevolent force co-creating with people towards a common growth and self exploration. Religions seem to have so many constraints and methods of controlling, yet essentially focus on guiding towards a good and positive common goal.Perceiver, Perceiving Perceived.
'Gold Leaf (Modern abstract garden sculpture/statues)' by Jesse Merton-Richards
Description: Black and Gold Rough and Smooth Modern Abstract Stone Serpentine Garden Statues or sculptures for sale by Jesse Merton-Richards whose Imagination and skill combine in such a happy combination, in this Small Contemporary sculpture for Outside/Outdoors in the Garden or Yard or Indoors Inside Interior Outdoor.
Description: Life seems to go easier when everything flows the way it`s meant to. This tactile piece is meant to look and feel the same, to inspire similar emotions, depicting continual movement as the eye is drawn around from every angle. I like to imagine the movement in the core of the earth 27 million years ago when this very piece of stone was formed.
Dear Peter, Enclosed is photo of my lovely fox, placed into an area which I`m developing as a small bluebell and white birch woodland. I`m absolutely delighted with the sculpture! Would you please pass a copy on to Tessa (Hayward), with my thanks and very best wishes. Jenny
Mrs J. Gray, Hungerford Newtown, Berks, England, United Kingdom.