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  • RAF Medical Services Memorial

    I was recently commissioned by RAF to make a memorial to RAF Medical Services memorial at the National Arboretum in Staffordshire.  I designed and produced a 8 feet tall Welsh slate and glass standing stone.  The letters were hand carved into the Welsh slate and the lettering and emblem was blasted into glass at the head of the Welsh ...

    Posted at September 14, 2011 | By : | Categories : Martin's Blog | 0 Comment
  • Sundials, benches and standing stones at Hampton Court Flower Show

    Martin is exhibiting again this year at Hampton Court.  Stand number PK96 Martin will be showing a selection of new carved garden features including a riven slate standing stone sundial, oak benches and 'Enjoy life' standing stone.  There will be a carving demonstration throughout the week. Sundials, benches and standing stones at Hampton Court Flower Show

    Posted at July 6, 2011 | By : | Categories : Martin's Blog | 0 Comment
  • Martin Cook Chelsea Flower Show 2011 – Artisan Garden

    Martin Cook at Chelsea Flower Show 2011 - Artisan Garden   Here are some images from our Silver-Gilt medal winning Artisan Garden. SILVER-GILT MEDAL AT CHELSEA FLOWER A Literary Garden Chelsea Flower Show was a great success. We were awarded a Silver-Gilt medal (according to Alan Titchmarsh we were robbed of Gold!) I would like to say thanks to everyone involved in the creating of the garden, especially Chris Holland Landscapes (07855100778). Chris's help and knowledge was tremendous and very ...

    Posted at May 29, 2011 | By : | Categories : Martin's Blog | 0 Comment
  • Blair Castle

    Letter-carver Martin Cook has just returned from visiting Blair Castle, in Scotland, where a Welsh Slate sundial he made as part of the Art & Memory Collection for the Memorial Arts Charity, has been installed in the castle garden. The Welsh slate sundial was hand carved with the background of the lettering carved away.

    Posted at March 3, 2011 | By : | Categories : Martin's Blog | 0 Comment