Tim Pomeroy

Living on the Isle of Arran, Tim Pomeroy is inspired by Neolithic and Bronze Age archaeological finds, to create the evocative shapes and patterns in his current work.
He uses carved stone forms with gilded detail to enhance the sense of power and preciousness of the objects he makes.
Other aspects of his work reflect a keen interest in engineered objects and organic forms.
His marble baptismal font at St Andrew’s Cathedral in Glasgow, a 4.5metre-high ‘Tree of Life’ in bronze, made for the Meditation Garden at Cawdor Castle, and the black granite Pictish Ball on exhibition here at Mellerstain represent the range of his larger recent sculptures.