When people ask me, “What do you do?” – I usually pause and say, “I’m an artist”. Then they ask what medium I work in…. and that’s usually when I have to bring out my phone and start showing photos.
Last year was a busy year for creating, and the highlight was the completion of my Peacock sculpture! I learned a lot over the time it took me to work on this. I also finished the fire and flame section
*COMPLETE* Here is another one of my “progress pages” for a new project. This is a falcon on a stand, which will be similar in style to my Crow sculpture. I LOVE mixing up different media, and the crow is
Some times I get crazy ideas, and this might be one of them! 😀 I am embarking on a huge project to create a life size metal peacock sculpture! I am building it out of a mix of media from
This piece is available for Sale – please contact me for pricing and delivery options Sometimes I get a crazy idea, and being the artist I am…. I have to see it through and make my dreams a reality! This
I’ve done a number of animal busts already, that I call my “Barnyard Portraits“, and this one will be part of that series if we can fit a moose in the barnyard! See the completed piece in a video May
This piece is available for Sale – please contact me for pricing and delivery options For some reason, I’m making a lot of birds lately! It’s not a conscious decision – but first it was my crow, then the peacocks
What a year! I’m used to staying busy, but 2021 kept me on my toes! When it came to saws, it was my busiest year ever. I also did a workshop out in Utah, made a sign for an Audubon
Sandhill Crane Sculpture August 2021: I’ve begun work on a life size sandhill crane sculpture made from scrap metal and cutlery. This is a commission piece for a couple’s 25th anniversary! This blog post will show the progress as start
Below is a copy of a newspaper article written about my experiences in the summer of 2021, when I learned a LOT about the ‘scam’ industry. I hope it helps some people out there, both the artists who end up
In 2016, I made a ‘one of a kind’ SawFish and really liked how it turned out. I was planning to keep it, but it sold right away! So I made another, and it sold… I love to make them,
This is the story of the life and times of Bella… July 6th, 1860 – 1954. I’ve used the medium of glass art to fully explore the adventure! I used a mix of painted glass, fused glass, etched glass and
In August I was contacted by Disney to be featured as part of their “Disney Arts” series. They were featuring artists who create work in very different mediums. I was asked to carve the character Rapunzel from the movie “Tangled”.