Dramatic Site Specific Sculpture:
Altering Durham's Sculptural Landscape
with Natural and Salvaged Materials since 2003
* Two of my small scale pieces have been accepted in the Durham Art Guild juried show, which runs from Nov. 20-Jan. 22, 2010. The pieces are Tinbrella (for people who REALLY like the sound of rain on a tin roof) and Digital Freedom.
You can now see a short video of the creation of my sculpture
"If Columbus Never Came", by clicking on
The video is dedicated to John Blackfeather of the
The text near the end of the video needs some improvement, which we are working on. TIll then, the same text is visible here with the still photos:
You can also check out still photos of this dynamic burn scuplture that I call a phoenix garden at this site:
When you're ready to have some kind of phoenix garden/sculpture created in an open field--call me.
My work on this piece was featured in the Herald-Sun. It's called Castle Oak and kids in the neighborhood decorate it with their toy knights and dragons. Adults bring their out-of-town visitors by for a look. I'm about to start work on another tree sculpture in Duke Park as a gift to the neighborhood.
I've created nineteen site specific sculptures in Durham:
* "What are Trees Good For?" at the Trinity Park (corner of Trinity and Watts)
* Castle Oak 1 & 2 at 2109 Woodrow Ave. (pics above)
* "Biker Bar" bike rack at 101 E. Geer St. parking lot
* and various copper trellises, sculptural clothesline posts and more
and during ArtWalk and the occasional Third Friday, you can find my work at:
(upstairs from the old Palms Restaurant) where I put together smaller scale "table top" pieces, such as "Waiting for Bastille Day" and "No Time for Old Time, I Scream".
In the future, you will find pics of my work here.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to get pics and learn more.
Free Fido--a temporary installation by my wife, Chris and I, at the traffic circle in Duke Park neighborhood. The piece is a protest against the practice of chaining dogs for long periods.