Thursday, September 12, 2013

New Bern Art Works and Co. "No Boundaries Vessels" show

The "No Boundaries Vessels" exhibit entry (4ftx5ftx5ft). Join us for the friday the 13th Art Crawl in New Bern, NC as 18 artists display over 50 creative vessels.

NC Botanical Garden 2013 Sculpture Show entry

This show opens Friday September 20th and runs thru December at the North Carolina Botanical Gardens located in Chapel Hill, NC.

Venusian Arboresque
(kinetic top)

                                                NC Botanical Gardens entrance

A dipper is a spoon?.....well..a really big spoon!

I'm a member of the Pocosin Metal Arts Guild. They decided to mount a traveling show with the theme being "Spoons". No problem!....of course my spoon has to be bigger than everybody elses spoon...measuring 20x18x30 inches.... 

This piece doubles as a potential table that mounts to the wall.. waist high...or higher. The bowl is hammered from sheet copper with a hand wrought steel handle. The water is fused glass....which overflows from the bowl. What's in your spoon?!?

I've got ROCKS in my head!.....

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

We needed a little light down at the dock....well maybe not little!

                                             Copper and glass.....all six feet.
                                              Anybody got a spare gondola?

View from the treehouse over the Trent River.

Monday, May 27, 2013

Pondering............already relocated to it's new owners estate!

     Repurposed metal objects, hand wrought copper, and cast glass. Around 7 ft. tall.

      One inch thick cast glass with koi and pond fish swirling deep within the watery glass.

 Dragonflies with iridescent glass bodies and hammered copper wings hang from the steel gongs.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

It's growing larger...and larger......and sprouting roots!

                                           And the flower bud lights kidding!

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

3 foot tall Venus Flytraps...what's in your yard?
First prototypes.....working out colors and shapes. 

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Octopus, Stingrays, and ship n' bottle hanging sculpture

  Each Stingray can be optionally lighted as well as uplighting to highlight the octopus. Small copper squid or glass domed jellyfish may be used to disguise the small LED spotlights that focus on each individual stingray. This octopus will eventually hang from an antique anchor and chain. Other possibilities are to light from inside the octopus eyes and tentacles with various colored miniature LED lighting.