This large (1.8meter high) copper fountain was commissioned for a private client in Suffolk. It represents the sinuous upward curving branches of the Catalpa tree, which complement the arches in the medieval building nearby.
Water drops from the many heart-shaped leaves into the pond below, to make a rich splashing sound.
A 6ft high copper fountain inspired by the upward curving branches of a Catalpa tree. It was commissioned for a private client in Suffolk and the aim was to complement the downward curving arches of the medieval abbey behind.
The many streams and dips of water are illuminated in sunlight as they fall into the pond below.