Schools & Community Projects

Primary School Projects - Devon

A collection of small scale and large scale projects.

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  • Axminster Primary, large scale cardboard elephant for ‘Elephant in the Garden’ production at the Northcott Theatre.

Totem Pole – Opening and Closing Ceremony October 2015

I was the lead sculptor in creating a 6 metre high cardboard totem pole commissioned by Walk the Plank arts to celebrate the Rugby World Cup 2015 five nations parade in Exeter.

Each section of the totem pole represents one of the five nations with the chief head on the top of the pole to represent the Exeter Chiefs Rugby Team as the host stadium.

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  • Totem Pole
    Totem Pole

Ceda/Met Office Commission, ‘Weatherability’, August 2015

A large scale 3D interactive map with 150 interchangeable weather symbols.

This 8ft sculpture was made from recycled cardboard and sealed with PVA glue. The symbols were also crafted from cardboard and attached using hook and slot system, allowing the symbols to be changed to reflect the weather.

The sculpture was installed in the Exeter Met Office within their foyer area.

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  • Met Office Map
    Met Office Map

Cambridge School and Shape Arts ‘Inspiring Futures’ Project – July 2014

A collaborative creative one day workshop led by James Lake working alongside students from Cambridge school and Shape Arts.

A large scale cardboard hand holds a round football pitch with small scale wire and card figures/players. This project was linked to the Football World Cup. Students also personalised the figures with team colours and created cardboard flags to cover the outside of the structure.

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  • Inspiring futures
    Inspiring futures

Ceda Meadow Mural, 2014, Clare Milne Centre, Exeter

A 16ft wide outdoor mural of British wildflowers painted on smaller wooden board sections. Finished with acrylic paints and incorporating some 3D ladybirds.
The mural is sited in the Ceda garden and was officially opened by HRH Duke of Gloucester.

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  • Ceda Mural
    Ceda Mural