October 12, 2017

Here's a peek into the process of the current piece I'm working on.

 I thought I would take some of the decision making out of my process. This all stems from a conversation I had some 30 years ago with a musician about randomness. He described aleatoric music, which is...

July 6, 2017

I've been doing some watercolors lately. When the weather feels too oppressive to be in my sculpture studio I find myself working in the air conditioned space I use for two dimensional works. I seem to work in two different modes when I use watercolor paints. One is a...

June 3, 2017

Just outside of Nice, on the French Riviera is the town of Cagnes sur Mer. An area that has long been popular with artists like Cezanne, Modigliani, Derain, and many others. 

The Haut de Cagnes is the high point of the area dominated by the Grimaldi castle. I have been...

April 2, 2017

 I took this photograph while walking through Tallman State Park in New York.

The landscape was the source for the piece created in steel.

The work includes a piece of found concrete rubble. 

 Tallman Tumble, 2016

steel, concrete

January 15, 2017

For a long time I've been combining wood and steel. The idea of scaling this concept up has been in the back of my mind for some time as well.

Here's an insight into some of the process involved with this work.

Often I see pieces of wood that inspire me. Here is one such...

December 19, 2016

This summer I had the great fortune of meeting the artist and craftsman, James Garvey. Years ago, on a trip to New York City, I came across a spectacular wrought iron gate and fence. I photographed the work because this was some of the best iron work I had seen in a lo...

December 10, 2016

The River's Edge, 2016

steel, black locust

3 x 18 1/2 x 10 in.

This sculpture is another one that was started in New York and the finishes applied in my studio in Fort Worth. The black locust is a species of tree found in the area around New York. It has a beautiful grain...

November 15, 2016

This piece was started in New York and just recently finished in my studio in Fort Worth. 

 At the Shore, 2016

Steel, maple

6 x 19 x 9 inches

October 25, 2016

Eddy Pool, 2016

steel

This is one of the works recently finished from my residency in New York this summer.

As water is obstructed the current changes to find a way around the obstacle. A new path is created.

September 24, 2016

Fallen (embrace), 2016
steel, maple
51/2 x 271/2 x 6 inches

My work is a response to the forms I see in nature and architecture. This piece in particular was
conceived from observing fallen trees around the Piermont and Sparkill, New York area.
During one of my many wal...

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