Goodale Park Column

        This column in Goodale Park in Columbus, Ohio, originally installed in 1899, has deteriorated badly. I have been commissioned by a Centennial Preservation Group to re-carve Read More …

Virginia 1905 Church Restoration

These were copied from the only original finial left on the tower. It was fun to work in this style. I had the block cut at the quarry on their Read More …

All Life

Created for an Integrative wellness center, this piece is designed to be interactive. Viewers can rotate the entire piece on a ball bearing placed under the base. This detail demonstrates Read More …

Mythical Creatures

A local resident left part of her estate to establish a children’s reading garden in the rapidly developing Delaware County Library System. I am honored to have been the first Read More …

Weiss Entry

This was one of my first commissions after going solo. The homeowner wanted the door a foot wider than Lutyens’ design, so I got to extend the carvings. This is Read More …

The Jurors

This spontaneous piece comes as a result of a donation of concrete cores. My idea was to be able to create a work on site, quickly, and to drive away. Read More …

Head and Shoulders

This piece was made specifically to be able to get through an ordinary door, and then to get bigger. ┬áScale is everything in sculpture. And a little empathy. Empathy is Read More …

Minotaur

I made Minotaur after having read the classic book Mythology by Edith Hamilton. And I have always identified with Picasso’s Minotaurs. Accepting one’s fate, while being resigned to it at Read More …

Long Face

I went to the Dayton Museum with my daughter, a student at Wright State. We saw a sculpture of a peacock I really admired. This piece popped out a short Read More …