Darryl has returned to Herberton after teaching at Mount Isa School of the Air for eighteen years. His interests include photography, journalism, woodwork and metal sculpture. He is a self taught blacksmith.
Creating sculpture from junk requires imagination and an ability to think outside conventional lines.
Darryl can see that a broken shifting spanner can become a lizard’s head, a clutch fork will transform into the jaw of a crocodile and a broken pair of pliers can make the head of an antelope.