Have you imagined commissioning a sculpture?
Let’s say your family, a church, or organization wants to commission of a work of sculpture, but you have no idea where to begin or how to proceed. Here I will describe the process that I use in my studio.Read More
If you haven’t seen the winners of this year’s Art Prize in Grand Rapids, please go check it out! This year’s first place winner is a mother and art teacher, Adonna Khare. She drew an exquisite, surreal mural of elephants and jungle creatures with nothing but pencils, an eraser, and a sock. The work is just incredible; it transports you to another place!Read More
Well, I thought I would try out doing a video on my blog. In this video, I talk about the piece, “A Voice in Ramah.” [vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/50712791 w=500&h=375] A Voice in Ramah Half-life size, plaster with faux bronze patina, 2008 $6720.00 Bronze edition available, price on request “A voice is heard in Ramah, weeping…Read More
I have a troublesome relationship to making molds. I’ve made a few, but I really, really, really don’t like doing it. It’s very technical, stinky, and messy. It’s a skill that develops over time with much experience, so I feel like a total novice at this. When I lived in Maryland, I relied on the…Read More