Love

Firstly, like the majority of my work, it symbolises a love and respect of nature. 
But love is many things. It can be a love for a partner, a sister, a mother, a daughter. The feeling of swimming with music or words. The love of ones country or a new acquired love for another. 
The choice remains with the viewer. The sculpture is just a visual thought of their love.
Deeply content, trusting the fish’s journey, just content to be, skin on skin, hearing the beat, present.
To some, it may seem a naff and a taboo subject. Potentially brave then, to simply call a sculpture Love, but as Anthony Caro said when asked about his sculptures, ‘its all about love’. 
To me, and I don’t think I am alone; it’s obviously the most important of all.