Completed shortly before I left California in 1989, this piece was made for an invitational show at the American Craft Museum in New York that was never actually held. It was to have been funded by the Dixie Cup company on the theme of “To Drink”, but funding fell through, and the show was cancelled. […]
The Captain is in. The things dangling from the blue “hat” are flint chipped tools from the clovis period of south Texas history. Brought back by a friend from his brother’s ranch the year before it was burned down in the Jessup fires. I had a blast making this large piece. There are three heads […]
Oh this fragile thing was so beautiful… The piece had a home from the minute the architect set pencil to paper (as if). This 2 1/4″ pyrex was made for the windshield of the space shuttle. Very expensive. Heat is dissipated… I was able to cut and grind it just like granite. Super dangerous, […]
This very old piece of walnut has been through several incarnations. It was part of an elaborate stone sculpture that weas felled by the freeze/thaw process. It took several years in the sculpture garden to gain this beautiful patina. Some pieces have to go through several stages before they settle in. The Brazilian Rosewood has […]
The dog skull at the heart of this piece started the process that led to this sculpture. The autistic son of a friend found the skull while four wheeling near his home and brought it for me to make art out of it. I found marks on it that made me think it might be […]
Walking Limestone, Granite, Steel 3′ x 2′ x 4′ Using stone in an apparently off-hand way is anything but off-hand. Fun recycled piece though.