Friday, August 17, 2012

The Steer's Barn

A sustainably sourced steer skull from Mexico is mounted upon an old New England barn door which has been stained green and sealed in wax. A blending of the Southwest and East to create a timeless image. Can be used as wall art or the horns can be utilized as hooks for hanging things.


Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Blue Crane

This slender piece of Nova Scotia red oak arches like a blue-eyed crane. The iron ring, representing unity, was forged over 100 years ago in one of the oldest working blacksmith shops in the country. Sitting on top of it is a tiny snake vertebrae and Swarovsky crystal. The blue agate slice from Brazil is like a world of tides and represents the waters essential to the cranes survival.

21.5" x 20" 


Saturday, May 12, 2012

Obsidian Necklace

This unusual piece of obsidian has been cut and polished into a hexagonal shape on the black side, while the other remains raw with multiple layers of color throughout. It hangs from a brass chain interspersed with black glass beads attached to a strand of small coconut shell beads that pick up the earthy hues in the raw side.


Looking Glass Series XII

Balanced with 4 "eyes", the driftwood in this mirror is from Nova Scotia, Cape Cod & Newport Rhode Island.


Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Armor II

Over the past few years I've enjoyed exploring the stunning landscapes in and around Bass River. This is the final homage to those visits.


Monday, February 6, 2012

Monday, January 16, 2012

Lasting Steps

Four antique child shoe lasts are lined up toe to heel. The piece represents the small, deliberate steps forward we take through life. They are secured within a solid wooden box that has been painted with a rustic green finish.

37"x 3.5" x 4.5"


Looking Glass Series XI

This mirror is comprised of driftwood collected over the course of the last 5 years while visiting Nova Scotia, Maine, Plum Island and Cape Cod. Each piece is nestled into the next like a puzzle creating a fluid composition while maximizing the unique color contrast of the different types of wood.

21.5"W x 18"H x 6.5"D