Johnny Woodford studied Fine Art at Brighton Univerisity (BA hons) in 1988 and has since produced a wide range of sculpture, furniture and objects in addition to many garden specific pieces with garden designer Cleve West.
He has a reputation for producing avant garde and innovative sculpture in reclaimed wood and/or fallen trees (oak, cedar and elm).
To celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Arundel Gallery Trail, and to note his involvement in many of the early years, Johnny Woodford was invited to place an installation on the Ford Road roundabout, Arunde: The Bends, a series of carved cedar branches in varying heights (2m to 3.5m) all from the same fallen cedar.
Among his output and his many commissions are seven seats for Queens Park, Brighton; Various show gardens at the Hampton Court Flower Show; Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden plus numerous private commissions.
See his website here.