New Artwork for The Bridgewater Canal

Commissioned by Salford City Council as part of a 3.5 million pound Heritage Lottery funded project,  these pieces were finally installed at the start of this month. The new canal

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Haverigg Foreshore Mosaic Project

We are currently manufacturing six semi circular mosaic pavement features Working with the children of Haverigg Primary School to create their own  mosaic fish and footprints, the mosaics are taking shape in the

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King and Queen

The completed bronze sculptures  Queen 58 cm high / King 78 cm high We cast ‘King and Queen’ for Manchester based sculptor Nick Crowther. Nick inventively employs to use of found objects; plastic

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Work In Progress

  This piece by artist Nick Crowther, which we featured  earlier in the year, is finally coming together. The third scale figure has been cast in several sections and is awaiting

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Cast Your Most Cherished Memories in Bronze

Recently we were approached by a local business to develop  life-cast mementos amongst which are these solid bronze baby hand feet.  They intend to offer them as part of their product

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Magnificent Roman Re-creation

We completed this mosaic floor for a private residence in Preston this April following 3 months of painstaking work. The design re-creates those found at Leptis Magna in modern day

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Lost Wax Bronze Casting / Bronze Foundry

After a period of development we have recently begun casting fine art bronzes. Employing the lost wax process we can replicate your sculptures and cast them in bronze. We hope

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Another ‘Pub’-lic Art  Success

The National Trust commissioned this sign for one of their new pubs, the ‘Sticklebarn’,  in Ambleside. Measuring 600 x 600 mm, this bespoke sign was fabricated in house from both

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The ‘Lock’ is now Open

  We were commissioned  by Great Places Housing Association to create mosaic features for its award winning ‘Lock 54’ development of 150 homes in Blackburn. The main circular mosaic depicts the

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Clinical Excellence

Scatworks was awarded a commission for the  new 1.5 pound million Diabetes Centre at the University Hospital Aintree in Liverpool. Working with the architect and staff of the centre, Stephen created

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