Harrisson who is based in Wiltshire works with wood and stone, often sourced in Britain.
His carving references landscape, its geological and archeological history and how it forms and informs our surroundings. His sculptures sit naturally in the landscape, nuanced to the subtlety of English light.
Harrisson had an exhibition at the New Art Centre in 2001 and commissions include 'Pegasus' for Chatsworth House, 'Sounding' for the crypt at Winchester Cathedral, 'Horizon' at the Russell Coates Museum, Bournemouth and 'Granite Sculpture' for Southampton Airport. A selection of Harrisson's prints and drawings were recently acquired by The British Museum.