Whale's Tail, installed in 2008; a sculpture commissioned by Portsmouth city council and Berkeley homes for the plaza at Portsmouths Gunwharf Quays. Richard says, 'The sculpture refers to the nautical heritage and history of the area and is a metaphor for the almost migratory life of sailors; the bronze surface of the sculpture is incised with imagery that can be found in sixteenth century charts and atlases.'.
Emma. 2009, Antony Williams trained at Farnham College of Art and Portsmouth University in the UK. He works almost exclusively in egg tempera which can be a painstaking and exacting medium, but which allows him to express a deep feeling about the look of the world.