Pegasus the Steel Winged Stallion

The mythical divine Greek stallion is the ideal subject for Luke’s craftwork and materials, in his latest Sharp Art. The huge outstretched wings, feathers and writhing body capture the vitality of the beast as he leaps skywards, looking dramatic and exceptional from every angle. The horse’s character and realistic pose of every limb and feather…

Leaves on Time

Sculpture 'Leaves on Time' by Luke Kite. The worked-metal branches and varnished leaves surround and partly obscure the clock face, growing out in all directions and catching the light. The heavily weathered and patterned root-oak is a smooth, warm counterpoint to the sharp steel leaves.

The Ragleth Raven

The Ragleth Raven, a metal and root-oak sculpture by Luke Kite, July 2017 Ravens often fly around the Long Mynd Hills in Shropshire, the Ragleth Raven is a particularly fine specimen. His assertive character is reflected in every part of his carefully fashioned metal head and his stance on his perch in the trees, as…

Bats Roosting

With the September nights drawing in, Luke Kite has turned his attention to steel sculptures of Bats roosting among the Oak trees. They are a common sight on the late summer evenings in Shropshire on the outskirts of towns and villages, circling silently and swiftly to catch the insects still flying in the twilight. Their…

Red Kite sculpture

  The aerobatics of the large Red Kites swooping high above the Welsh countryside are a wonderful sight, this wood & oak sculpture by Luke Kite ‘Silently Soaring’ has a full-size wingspan of 1.2m. Luke’s sculptures in June 2017 aim to capture their spirit, the flow of their feathers through the air and their attentive…