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
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 from the ‘ground
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,
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 them out of a mix of media from
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”.
In 2019 I was invited to exhibit in a Scrap Metal Art Show in Doha Qatar. I was one of 3 American artists out of the 30 international artists who were invited. It was an amazing opportunity and an even
I’ve had a studio upstairs for working on the odd glass project, but this spring (2019), I’ve put together one on the main floor exclusively for Glass Art. I’ve always enjoyed working with glass, and have a large project to
This page shows some recent (2019) work that I have been creating for a client in France! It’s been a big project, with a wide range of needs for various signs and markers to be used throughout a zoological park
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.
Here’s a few more murals I’ve done over the years – some large, some small. I think it shows a good mix what I can do with some paint and a few brushes. Exterior Mural for Hardware Store (Belleville, KS)