Peter aims to capture and distil the essential qualities of water in the landscape; light, reflection, movement, sound, spiritual refreshment. To understand the science of balanced natural water systems and combine these aspects in features that are simple in form, precise in effect and achievable as installations in any setting.

The images in the gallery below combine the range of unique Symphonic Gardens water features with inspirational natural settings.

selection of water features

  • Large patinated copper cauldron gently over-spilling.
  • Rio Claro, Colombia
  • Large Clipsham limestone block with brass rill tray
  • Clipsham limestone, copper rill tray, close up
  • Oak block and brass rill tray
  • Purple tank and integral cascade tray
  • Tank and triple spouts with rusted iron patination
  • Afon Cwm Llan, Snowdonia, North Wales
  • Large pouring saucer, painted blue
  • large painted saucer
  • River Yeo, Cheddar Gorge, England
  • Pouring vase
  • Afon Cwm Llan, Snowdonia, North Wales
  • Small copper patinated saucer
  • Small multi-spout saucer, patinated copper finish
  • Grand Union canal, west London
  • Large stainless steel saucer on pool, evening under-lighting
  • Large stainless steel saucer
  • Glyder Fach, Snowdonia, North Wales
  • Single spout 'tableau' copper patinated
  • Rio Claro, Colombia
  • Clipsham limestone cube with four cornered rill
  • Water marimba, Chelsea flower show 2016
  • River Esk, north Yorkshire
  • Bronze tableau, multi-channel
  • Bronze tableau, detail of channels
  • Bronze patinated tableau
  • River Esk, North Yorkshire Moors
  • Tank and triple spout with rusted iron patinated finish
  • Choco, Colombia
  • Small saucer, single spout, copper patinated

Please contact us to discuss your particular project requirements and to
find out more about our display hire service.