Wednesday, December 10, 2008

More progress...

Almost complete, but still some work to do as always, I have pics here of my final sculpture project for the Fall 08 semester. It is cast bronze, with steel at 8ft and around 200lbs. Title coming soon :D

detail of the head
Got a lil update here, below is the finished cast aluminum piece "Homeage".

head-on view

detail 1

detail 2

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

More Goodies

I have some pictures of my next sculpture project, it's in the wax phase and will be cast in aluminum soon. Also, I included some photo's from a show titled "What a Dick", a gallery filled with penises. Enjoy.

And the show...

Here is my drawing in the show.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Fall Semester Begins!

Hey everyone, after a nice summer break I'm back to work! Posting up a few pictures of my first sculpture project. It's nearly finished, going to be adding more wire as I see fit. Here ya go!

Tuesday, April 29, 2008


With the closing of this Semester, I have two additional pieces.

Relief roll on black

Transcendence, Palm tree stump hand carved.

close up

even more close up

Sunday, April 6, 2008

oh snap

printing press fractures finger, and creates this piece.

first print is just the line etching.

Contour Hands

relief roll added, and manipulation of print surface.

Two Simultaneous Mistakes

also a self-portrait mezzo tint, in sepia.

Thursday, April 3, 2008

Earthy Delight

Here are a couple pictures of my latest wood sculpture. All out of natural found wood, and assembled with some glue holding each layer together. It is titled Terrestrial Corridor.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008


In spite of having to take some photos for my Sophomore reviews this week, I got some stuff to put up here from it!

Metal sculpture I did last year, titled Sammy after one of my dogs.

Mixed media piece, using wire, plaster, paint, epoxy, and glass.

This throne was done last year, all out of found wood.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

First sculpture project.

Finally getting up some pictures, and kicking it off with my first sculpture project completed for this semester. It's carved from a single block of basswood, around 12x6x4", stained and glossed. It's titled "Ascension".