Steel, Tulip Poplar Bark, Bronze, and limestone
33″H x 26″W x 6″D
I am looking forward to using more of the bark in my works
as it can be displayed in interior or exterior locations.
I will be adding more bronze, etched works in a new series that will utilize many of my stock photographs.
Tod gave me the best diamond any woman could ever ask for!
With help from Andy Huss and my wife Mollie, we assembled it the day before the Contemporaries fundraiser on Thurs. Oct 22, 2015
Checked lighting and times for dusk unveiling.
click on this time lapse video of installation:
Coming along! I’ve had only two weeks to design, test, order materials, fabricate sections, assemble, disassemble and take to another location to prime & paint and get ready to install.
I was notified that my idea “An Arkansas Gem” was chosen for the 2015 Fountain Fest Fundraiser…
And that I had under three weeks to make it!
Last year I won Best of Show, and this year I won an Award of Merit!
This was a limestone that I carved a couple of years ago and never felt it was finished. Then I etched a cityscape scene into 10 bronze plates and floated them off the back of this stone showing two different perspectives. A very unique piece.
Just finished my last bronze pour of 11 new elements.
A few of these will be used in my next show – Sculpture at the River Market 2015 on April 24th -26th in Little Rock.