Sunday, October 20, 2013

SUN & MOON - A Sculptural Haiku

You be my Sun
I'll be your Moon
and we shall orbit the skies
as one

This sculpture installed in association with the Bluffton Arts Fair, Bluffton, SC, and in cooperation with the Pluff Mud Gallery.  The piece stands just over 6' tall; the materials include bronze and aluminum plate, Spanish Cedar and stainless steel hardware.

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition at Honey Horn Park, Hilton Head, SC


Installed September 20th 2013.  One of 20 sculptures selected for display out of 500 applicants.

The piece consists of Salisbury Pink granite "legs", approximately 800lbs each, and1/8" varied textured bronze plate comprising the upper portion. It stands 10' tall, with the negative cut out figure capturing and being defined by the environment as seen through it.

Sunday, September 1, 2013

New Sculpture Series: The Body In Spirit

Mock ups for a new series of large scale sculptures combining stone supports and metal cut-outs.  The work to the right is a completed piece that has been juried into an outdoor sculpture exhibition on Hilton Head Island slated for mid September.

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Savannah Gardens Project - in progress

The commissioned work in progress at MeadowLark Studio.  All of the components utilized in creating this multi-unit artwork are re-purposed from discarded materials.

Top image: three industrial fan blades positioned and temporarily held aloft; the cast aluminum letters attached to the surface of each are from a demolished school previously located in the area; the cardboard cut outs represent forms that have been cut from chalkboards discarded from the same school as the letters.

Bottom image: a mosaic circle measuring 7' in diameter created from various ceramic tiles fabricated in the studio and left over as extras from many years of previous public art projects.

Savannah Gardens Public Art Commission

This is the first contemporary public art work commissioned by the city of Savannah. After numerous community input sessions and lengthy review by various municipal agencies and individuals, the City Council unanimously approved the creation of this mixed media, abstract work for permanent placement in a newly developed residential community - Savanna Gardens.

Portsmouth African Burying Ground Entry Figures

Scale model of the two life size bronze figures designed and rendered for the entrance to the African Burying Ground Project. This artwork was recently awarded a coveted N.E.A. ART WORKS GRANT: "The creation of art that meets the highest standards of excellence."  Each figure will be standing on opposite sides against a tall granite wall, their hands reaching around the edge towards one another. Dedication of this project is scheduled for May 23rd, 2015.