After Epsom School of Art and Design, and seven years in the film industry, Jonathan Loxley moved to Carrara, Italy where he took up stone carving. A decade later he returned to Britain. His sculptures have found homes all over the world and many can be seen in parks and private collections here in Britain. The film industry made Loxley aware of the transient nature of objects. A short fling with cerebral malaria established the fleeting nature of life. To him, these two things seemed to suggest they were part of one concept. From then onwards he has been hunting down the bare essence of this concept. He sees now that the apparently random network of interlacing paths has diminished and the choices are gratefully fewer, suddenly aware, surprised and content that they all lead backwards to some beginning.