Ralph Williams

Having worked in the Department of Ornithology at the Natural History Museum, Ralph became self-employed in forestry and woodcarving. His bird sculptures are worked exclusively in wood which he collects and seasons himself. This close understanding of his chosen medium is evident in the unusual and surprising use of grain, colouration and other naturally occurring features unique to each piece of wood. Ralph's carvings have been commissioned by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, the BBC, the Hawk and Owl Trust and the organizers of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award. His work has been presented to HRH Princess Anne and purchased by the late Queen Mother. He became an elected member of the Society of Wildlife Artists in 1977. He is now based in Penwith and has had work exhibited throughout the UK, Europe, the US and Australasia.
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Four Birds on Forest Oak
Four Birds on forest oak branch.
£495


Pheasant
Pheasant carved in plane wood mounted on branch.
(£215) Sold


Seal
Seal carved in yew and mounted on Cornish granite.
£185


Wren on Leaf
8cm x 11cm
(£115) Sold


Grey Wagtail Walnut
Length 8”
(£135) Sold


Moths Laburnum
Length 8”
(£120) Sold


Long-tailed Tit (Laburnum) on Oak
Carved long-tailed tit on piece of forest oak.
£105


Tern
Tern carved from walnut hardwood and sapwood.
£115


Wren on Apple
Wren on apple carved in one piece of lime wood.
£120


Kestrel
Kestrel carved from one piece of oak.
£105


Kingfisher
Kingfisher carved from one piece of wood.
(£150) Sold


Swallow on Branch
Swallow carved from one piece of walnut on branch and stand.
£125


Tawny Owl
Tawny owl carved from one piece of oak.
(£195) Sold


Robin
Robin carved from one piece of cherry wood.
£120


Wren on Hart's Tongue Fern
Wren carved on Hart's Tongue Fern.
(£215) Sold