October 2016


  • Goat wall sculpture completed

    Faux Taxidermy Goat Head 11/20 Edit: SOLD! Thanks Becky! What a blast to make! I do love rivets… 33″ wide, 22″ high, 12″ deep, lightweight, hangs from single nail on wall. The brows are made from an old aluminum baking pan that had a beautiful baked brown patina. All the hand-hammered aluminum parts — muzzle,…


  • Coming together…

    It’s insane how much work goes into a piece like this! But I’m nearing completion of the individual parts — now to pull them all together. I like the burnt brown patina on the hammered metal eye surround, made from an old aluminum cake pan I got at a moving sale a couple days ago.


  • The Urge to Create

    It’s hard to describe in words the drive I have to __________. First of all, what words do I use for ________??? I haven’t been able to come up with a concise descriptive term for it…I’ll try jotting down some candidate words & phrases, as fast as they come to mind: free sculpt follow the…


  • Freedom Plan is Working!

    The grand plan — to build up an inventory of finished crows/ravens to free up an hour or two of studio time each day to make whatever I want to make — is working! Crow orders help provide a good ba$e, allowing me freedom to experiment with mixed media sculpture.     It continues to amaze me…


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