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About Robert Lawrence woodcarver & artificer.

Robert is a traditional woodcarver & artificer, carving by hand and eye alone. Robert can and does replicate all traditional styles and fashions for architectural restoration or reproduction. But, he also produces bang up to date contemporary, climate crisis appropriate, arty and fully sculpted house signs, garden sculpture and cutting edge sociopolitical art. Robert exclusively uses 100% legal and sustainable British grown wood. Fully certified 'Grown in Britain' and 'Scottish Working Woods'. Supplying private individuals, charities, community groups, councils and .org(s). Private collections and Public Art installations.

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Specialised in
Specialising in one off garden sculptures for serious thinkers, this may be life size figurative sculpture, wildlife or symbolic,, all suitable for permanent outside installation. As an artificer, Robert will make your design or help you design the piece you've long wanted - then he'll make it for you. Architectural sculpture to ornament all buildings, new or restoration, all styles and fashions catered for. Ecologically responsible sign making, for climate crisis awareness, plastic litter, conservation etc., Fully sculpted House Signs, footpaths, cycle routes, parks and gardens. Every item made exclusively from 100% legal and sustainable British grown wood.
Open to the Public?
Yes, by appointment only
Provides Course / Training
Available for Craft Fairs
Available - please ask about pricing


Ingrained Culture, Robert Lawrence, Woodcarver & Artificer.
Hazelbank Cottage
South Ayrshire
KA26 0TX

Indian White Peacock

Life size and life like Indian White Peacock. Made from 100% legal and sustainable British grown, Scots Pine, Larch and Oak. Tradionally, peacocks were imported to Britain as a sign of wealth and success, but now we would see it as exploitation of Empire. This piece is a reminder that today, the only acceptable way to keep foreign wildlife in Britain, is to have an ecologically responsible wooden one.