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Rompa Stompa, Stompa Do, 2011, Ancaster Weatherbed limestone, 100 x 25 x 130 cms Nicolas MoretonNicolas Moreton has been working as a stone carver for over 25 years and enjoys the versatility of British stone, working mainly in Ancaster Weatherbed limestone from Lincolnshire which allows full expression to his hand carved chisel marks. He exploits the colour and texture of stone and, whether rough-hewn or polished smooth, his work conveys an essence of the labour and energy that have gone into its creation. He is inspired by growth and fertility themes, subjects which reach far back into the most ancient preoccupations of European civilisation.Click here to view more work by Nicolas Moreton