Collectively approximately 1.5m x 1.5m x 15m 
Individually approximately 1.5m x 1.5m x 0.5m

Seven Rounds is currently situated in the gardens of Picton Castle, Haverfordwest, South Wales, UK and will be a permanent fixture there for the foreseeable future.

Picton Castle 'Seven Rounds and Stump' (

'During a visit to the castle in January 2017, whilst walking around the grounds and gardens I noticed seven rounds and a tree stump to one side of a well-walked path. They were beautifully large in diameter and width, some of the largest ones were around 3.5ft by 1.5ft, their incredibly curvaceous shapes were so inviting, I just couldn't leave them to decay.'


'I subsequently borrowed six of the rounds and transported them back to the workshop where I began to clean and char them.'

picton logs charred.jpg
Round Four back.jpg

A progression of patterns was added later using a free-hand electric router. 'I believed by taking the logs through these processes that they would be re-born and transformed from something decaying to something new and preserved'.


With their jet-black exterior and golden pattern, they stand out from the lush green foliage and could be admired by the visitors to the Castle.

Seven Rounds in spring.jpg
Round Five front.jpg
Round Three back.jpg
Round Four front.jpg
Round Two front.jpg
Round One front.jpg
Round six.jpg
Seven Rounds from back to front.jpg