An engineer and lecturer by profession, Terence Wagstaff returned to his roots in Cornwall in 1982. A meeting with Katrina in 1990 (who subsequently became his wife) led to an artistic collaboration. The couple combined their skills, designing and making decorative metal products. This developed into the creation of copper lattice sculptures representing the human torso. Terence and Katrina WAGSTAFF's work centres around the concept of falling leaves, in a unique interpretation of the inherent beauty of nature.
Their sculptures, which are made from recycled copper, have been exhibited at the Harbour Gallery, Portscatho.
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