Recently a new sculpture commission, SAILOR, was installed in the City of Gulfport, MS. Last year Sailor, small version was leased by the local Public Art Association for a one year stay. They liked the image so much they wanted a full sized figure. She stands on a brick plinth on a busy corner across from the Post Office. Stainless steel and cast bronze construction makes this a permanent addition to the city's ever growing Public Art collection.
Saturday, April 2, 2016
Monday, March 7, 2016
Friday, December 18, 2015
Sunday, December 6, 2015
If you find yourself in Bristol TN/VA during the next year drive by the City Park on MLK Blvd. and see my newly installed sculpture, BEAR IN A TREE, a CorTen steel sculpture that is 9 feet tall and one in the new series of Bears. The sculpture is on loan as part of the city's Public Art Program.
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Well, it has been awhile since my last update. So here goes with what's up with my art some of the recent leasing of sculpture to cities.
2015 SUWANEE SCULPTOUR, 2015-2017, Suwanee, GA
OUTDOOR SCULPTURE SHOW, Gulfport, MS
Found Image Collage, Invitational - Group Show, The Bascom - Highlands, NC
ART IN PUBLIC PLACES, 2015-2016. Bristol, TN/VA
2014 MIDWEST SCULPTURE INITIATIVE, 2014-2015, Canton, Fenton, and Hastings, MI
SCULPTURE WALK EXHIBITION, 2014-2015, Johnson City, TN
SUWANEE SCULPTOUR, 2013-2015, Suwanee, GA - Purchase sculpture for Public Art Collection
SCULPTURE BIENNIAL, 2014-2015, Gadsden, Alabama
2013 SALISBURY SCULPTURE SHOW, 2013-2014, Salisbury, NC
ART IN PUBLIC PLACES, 2013-2014, Knoxville, TN
SCULPTURE WALK VII, 2013-2014, Kingsport, TN
MIDWEST SCULPTURE INITIATIVE, 2013-2014, Fenton, Tecumseh, and Kochville, MI
27th ROSEN EXHIBITION, 2013-2014, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
PUBLIC ART EXHBITION ON HILTON HEAD ISLAND, 2013-2014, Hilton Head, SC
COW ON A HORSE, stainless steel, 5'X5'X2' is now on exhibition in the center of Suwanee, GA
SAILOR, stainless steel figure with cast bronze oar is now on exhibition in downtown Gulfport, MS
THE WOOING OF ETAIN, a large mixed media collage was one of three pieces selected for a group show at The Bascom in Highlands NC in the spring of this year. This is part of a new series that I am doing based on Irish Mythology.
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
THREE SHADES OF GREEN will have its official unveiling on September 10 th at 6:00 – 7:30 pm at The University of Tennessee – Chattanooga. This commission sculpture came about with the urging and support of my dear patron, Ruth Holmberg and the University.
If you are in town come on by for the celebration.
My sculpture concept for this project is based on our contemporary environmental concerns. The sculpture presents three figures setting on recycled turbine blades in various shades of green. Each figure represents the students of UTC and reminds them that they will and do hold the answers to today's problems and the future belongs to them. The sculpture will be fabricated of aluminum and structural fiberglass, with some stainless steel. There will be three pieces, each of which will be about 15 feet high. Each plinth will be mounted on a concrete foundation at a mixture of heights.