From roughing out the shape to the finished horse. this piece will be heading to the chautauqua center in new york for a show called “into the west.”sevus the antique pull toymixed media/found objects48″ x 48″ x 17″2014
from Wednesday, May 21st through Wednesday, May 28th A Selection of Eleven “Creatures of Curiosity” For the first time in studio history, and for one week only, a unique collection will be made available both in-studio and on-line. Collectors of my work, or anyone seeking to own one of my pieces, may choose from among […]
The blue footed frog (Dendrobates azureus) breeds seasonally, usually during February or March when it is rainy. To find mates the males sit on a rock and produce quiet calls, which the females follow to track down the males. The females then physically fight over a male. The male takes the female to a quiet […]
These two pieces are heading for donations, the walrus is traveling to Sitka Alaska and the Sheldon Jackson Museum Art Auction and fundraiser in January. The river otter is headed to the Artist Emergency Art Auction at The Yares Space in Santa Fe on December 15th.
Just finished this piece, Kennicottii, reclaimed material, 12″ x 7″ x 7″. The wire whiskers just about killed me!
I just got this picture of the installation I created at SOFA Chicago. 6 wasps against a drawing of a nest.
I just got back from a successful art fair in Chicago and now working on a walrus head. I am going to give this piece to the Sheldon Jackson Museum in Sitka, Alaska, for their auction in January.
When you love someone, the best thing you can offer is your presence. How can you love if you are not there? ― Thích Nhất Hạnh
Just finished-three more wasps & yellow jackets. Yes…wasps. My earlier posting referred to them as bees-incorrect. Bees can be cute, rolly-polly, fuzzy flying insects. My wasps are not cute or fuzzy, they are long, thin and have an attitude-just like the real thing.
Coyote has been compared to both the Scandinavian Loki, and also Prometheus, who shared with Coyote the trick of having stolen fire from the gods as a gift for mankind, and Anansi, a mythological culture hero from Western African mythology. In Eurasia, rather than a coyote, a fox is often featured as a trickster hero, […]