Most of my major works are in private gardens in the south of England, but a number, particularly in Scotland, are also on public display. Some of these are in the mountainous regions of the north, including the well known Tilted Globe at Knochan Cragg in Wester Ross and also various works around the Benn Eighe National Nature Reserve visitor centre, at Kinlochewe.
There are one or two indigenous stone pieces hidden away in the Galloway hills but these you must find yourselves.
More accessible perhaps are my Slate Topiary in Glenwhan Gardens at Castle Kennedy, near Stranraer, and my Vases, Conifer, and Ball in The National Trust Gardens at Threave, near Castle Douglas. Works can now also be seen in the wonderful Alnwick Garden in Northumberland. All three are of course beautiful gardens in their own right, and always a pleasure to visit.
I have an Acorn in the contemplative garden at Edinburgh's Maggie's Centre, and slate spheres at the David Walker care home in Rutherglen.
In 2000, I was delighted to be asked by HRH, the Prince of Wales, to install a group of my welsh slate vases in the splendid gardens of Highgrove.