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Ubik II, honey onyx, 155 x 40 x 20 cmsJonathan LoxleyJonathan Loxley's carved stone pieces have an ethereal, timeless beauty in the perfection of their smoothly polished forms. For him the uncarved stone bears no predefined shape, his carvings come from his inner self. Talking of his work he describes the raw stone as 'a mirror that carves its shape and meaning from my own void.' He sees sculpture as a language to convey something of the mysteriousness of the hidden world: a glimpse of the completeness of an eternal truth. Click here to view more work by Jonathan Loxley