These little fish grow to 3-6 inches! They are also considered an endangered species. Over 150 individual pieces of Goast Gum went into making this fish. All from one dead branch that was destined for fire wood. This wooden replica is 1.6mtrs long.
Shipwreck at Rainbow Beach
This 17th Century inspired fishing vessle or tender had been handmade using bush timbers that have been carefully selected with attension to bends, shapes, and curves.
This Goanna is made from old Melaleuca tree root, housed in a hollow Iron Bark Tree. The claws and feet are copper and silver solder. Yellow sand has been used for the Goannas colouration.
These deep sea speedsters hunt along coral reef drop offs in tropical waters. They are amazing prediters and are related to the Mackerel family.
The wood that has been used in this Humpback Whale has been collected from Cape York. This little Whale is 1.8m long.
Commonly know as a Lionfish..... This fish has a spectacular array of venomous fins. The Devil Firefish is a capable and ferocious predator. This piece is made from driftwood, the eye of this fish is an accient Septarian Mudstone, approximately 90 million years old.
Driftwood Mangrove Crab
Made from different woods and around 45cms across. A cute little crustacean.
A rescued, magnificent old tree stump and recycled glass combine to form this unique table.
Ancient Saratoga Fish
Created with wood pieces collected from the inland desert and the coast.
This unique piece of Drift Wood perfectly exemplifies the characteristics of the mighty Humpback Whales.
This piece is the mythical Greek God of the Sea, King Neptune. I have captured his hand rising from the salty depths and pointing his mighty trident to the Northen stars to guide watermen and women safetly across the Sea. Neptune's Compass was made from some old Iron bark fence posts. I have also used Australian Hardwoods, Copper, Silver & Brass
Made from recycled materials including Hardwoods, Silky Oak, Tassie Oak, Cyprus Pine and also some pieces of an old yacht wreck.
This school of Jack Mackerel or Yakkas is made from hardwood and galvanised iron, highlighted with copper paint and brass.