LOCATION: Hatfield House – Hatfield AL9 5NQ
WORK: “Renaissance”
MATERIALS: Stainless steel, gold dust, and resin
MOVEMENT: Water cascades down the top surface of the two large ‘split rings’ and collects at the bottom, where the weight causes the split rings to rise. The water is then shed, and the sculpture slowly lowers again. After cycling a few times, a curious mist appears in the centre of the pool. Then, very slowly, a huge, golden sphere rises from beneath the water’s surface. This gleaming globe then sinks again into the darkness below the surface.
NOTES: Commissioned by the current Marquess and Marchioness of Salisbury.
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LOCATION: The Italian garden at Borde Hill Gardens – Borde Hill Lane, Haywards Heath RH16 1XP
WORK: “Aquapoise”
MATERIALS: Stainless steel
MOVEMENT: Water is collected from the formal lily and gathers in the two “petals”. As the weight increases and the balance offset, it is tipped out into the pool below.
NOTES: Commissioned by Andrew John and Eleni Stephenson Clarke.
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LOCATION: The gardens of Boughton House – Boughton, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN14 4BJ
WORK: “Life Force”
MATERIALS: Cararra marble disc with jesmonite and stainless steel fixings
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LOCATION: Opposite V+A Museum main entrance – Thurloe Square, London SW7 2SD
WORK: “Twelve Responses to Tragedy” Victims of Yalta Memorial
NOTES: Commissioned by PM Thatcher and MPs of all parties
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LOCATION: Economist Plaza, London SW1A 1HG
WORK: “Eclipse” – water mobile
MATERIALS: Onyx marble dust/slate dust suspended in resin, stainless steel parts
MOVEMENT: Two discs, one black and one white, revolve due to the weight of water. Offset bearings cause the white “moon” to disappear and reappear behind the black image.
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LOCATION: Chatsworth House, Bakewell, Derbyshire
WORK: “Revelation” – water mobile
MATERIALS: Stainless steel, gold dust suspended in resin
MOVEMENT: The large scale water mobile is fed by natural water from the lake in the upper moors. A set of leaf shapes slowly open to reveal the golden globe within. They then close again and the cycle continues.
NOTES: Commissioned by the 11th Duke of Devonshire. Part of the Devonshire family’s continuing patronage of living artists and contemporary British art.
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LOCATION: Chatsworth House, Bakewell, Derbyshire
WORK: -Various oil paintings
-Bronze busts of H.M. The Queen, H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, The 11th Duke of Devonshire, The Dowager Duchess of Devonshire, Harold Macmillan, Lucien Freud, Lady Emma Tennant, Sir Patrick Leigh-Fermor, Sir Tom Stoppard, Sir Roy Strong, Sir John Betjeman, Lord Rothschild, The Earl of Burlington (1976) and a Self Portrait of the Artist

LOCATION: Aston University, Birmingham
WORK: “Tipping Triangles” – water mobile
MATERIALS: Stainless steel
MOVEMENT: Water spouts at the top of the sculpture and gathers in the bases of the three elegant ‘sails’. In turn, as the weight of the water increases, the balance changes and they tip the water out into the pool in which the sculpture stands.
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LOCATION: Royal Chapel, Windsor
WORK: H.M. The Queen – life size bust, done from life
NOTES: Commissioned for The Queen’s 80th birthday by the Knights of the Garter
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LOCATION: Darlington Arts Centre, Darlington, County Durham, England
WORK: “Threshold” – water mobile
MATERIALS: Stainless steel
MOVEMENT: The 12 units form an archway to the entrance of the building. The units are high enough for people to walk underneath. The weight of the water gently tips each unit individually, raising the height of a piece of the arch, and then they are righted to fill with water again.
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LOCATION: Cranbourne Manor, Cranbourne, Dorset
WORK: “La Source” – water mobile
MATERIALS: Stainless steel, golden globe
MOVEMENT: Four long shapes tip with the weight of water, thus opening a central unit and revealing a golden sphere
NOTES: Commissioned by the then Lord Cranbourne (new Marquess of Salisbury)

LOCATION: Hogan Lovells, Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A 2FG
WORK: “Libra” – the tallest indoor water mobile in Europe
MATERIALS: Stainless steel
MOVEMENT: This sculpture is made to gently sway due to changing weight from the water collecting and discharging

LOCATION: Carlton Terrace, Central London SW1Y
WORK: “De Gaulle” life sized statue
NOTES: The figure points to his office where he headed the French Resistance during World War II
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LOCATION: In front of The National Theatre, South Bank, London SE1 9PX
WORK: “Laurence Olivier” statue, 3 times larger than life

LOCATION: The London Library, 14 St Jame’s Square, London SW1Y 4LG
WORK: Dame Drue Heinz – life size bust
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LOCATION: The foyer of The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London WC2B 5JF
also – Gerschwin Hall of Fame, New York City, USA
– Noel Coward’s house – Firefly Estate, Jamaica
WORK: “Noel Coward” life sized statue
NOTES: Commissioned by the Estate of Noel Coward
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LOCATION: National Portrait Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2H 0HE
WORK: busts of: P.M. Harold Macmillan, Lord Goodman and John Betjamen

LOCATION: House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA
WORK: busts of: P.M. Harold Macmillan and P.M. Sir Douglas-Home

LOCATION: Horsham Town Centre, Sussex
WORK: “Cosmic Cycle” – water mobile
MATERIALS: Stainless steel, resin and mild steel
MOVEMENT: Satellites visibly moved by water. Central sculpture worked by water and gravity. 7 ½ tons of water visibly built up inside central sphere. When counterweights are superceded the sphere descends and releases water, then rises again.
NOTES: Result of Conner winning the first prize in national competition.
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LOCATION: Longleat, Wessex
WORK: “Janus” – water mobile
MATERIALS: Stainless steel
MOVEMENT: Two graceful pieces filling and emptying their water majestically part and then reunite to make an arch spanning a space large enough for two double decker buses to pass underneath.
NOTES: Commissioned by Lord Bath
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LOCATION: Chesterfield Town Centre, Derbyshire
WORK: “Poise” – wind mobile
MATERIALS: Resin with stainless steel working parts
MOVEMENT: Curving shapes make up a vertical disc. The individual pieces move in the wind. In sunlight they endlessly create changing patterns of shadows.
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LOCATION: The American Museum, Claverton Manor, Claverton, Bath, Avon BA2 7BD
WORK: Lincoln Head – larger than life size bust

LOCATION: Cheltenham Racecourse, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL50 4SH
WORK: HRH The Queen Mother, bust, life-size
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