Jonathan’s Purbeck stone carved cow fountain features on the cover of September’s issue of The Dubber (www.thedubber.co.uk). The Dubber is the mouthpiece of the Parishes of the Purbeck Hills.
The cow fountain was commissioned by Purbeck Ice Cream to celebrate their 30 years in business.
In May and September 2015, Jonathan was featured in the publication ‘Corfe Valley News’, talking about one of his most challenging sculpture projects yet. This was a commission to carve four large wall panels for a major project, named Genesis, in the Stonehouse area of Plymouth.
Genesis is the name of a new £5 million block housing affordable offices and storage units.
Corfe Valley News article on Jonathan Sells
Purbeck Sculptor Jonathan Sells meets Princess Anne
One of Jonathan Sells’ most challenging project yet was a commission to carve four large wall panels for a major project, named Genesis, in the Stonehouse area of Plymouth. Genesis is the name of a new £5 million block housing affordable offices and storage units.
As a result, Jonathan had the pleasure of meeting HRH Princess Anne on 29th June 2015, at the unveiling of his work in Plymouth.
Read more here:-
Purbeck Sculptor Jonathan Sells meets Pricess Anne (Corfe Valley News article)
Creatures from the Jurassic Coast are being immortalised in stone by Sculptor Jonathan Sells, who is carving out their place in history with a new work at Lulworth Cove.
A five-foot tall sculpture depicts life that evolved during the Cretaceous, Jurassic and Triassic time periods up to 250 million years ago.
Read article in Daily Echo.
Jonathan Sells’ Jurassic sculpture outside The Heritage Centre, Lulworth Cove, Dorset.
Jonathan Sells’ new sculpture, at Osprey Quay, was commissioned as part of The Isle of Portland Aldridge Community Academy. Children from the existing Underhill School on Portland influenced the design with their own ideas for their new school, and Jonathan was tasked with completing the stone panel.
Read more about the Osprey Quay sculpture here (this is a link to another website and will open in a new window).
Wareham Market’s towering Portland stone monument has been withdrawn from auction following a public outcry.
Read article in The Daily Echo