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Sculptures

Creating a space with art. Designed to make connections between the environment that it is located.  Our sculptures are art that create a space to exist within whereas art typically needs a space to exist within.

Gateway Trio

Richmond, VA, 2015

Gateway Trio creates a unified place inside and outside the lobby of Gateway Plaza in downtown Richmond, VA. Gateway Trio honors three elements (geography, commerce, and government) instrumental in the settling of Richmond and maintaining its vivacity. They are: River Song, a gestural mosaic of the rapids of the James River (13’ 6” H x 70’ L), Clear Passage, a stainless steel and glass, boat-shaped, walk-through sculpture including two benches. (16’ H x 43’ L x 14’ W), and Capitol Flow, four 250’ long stainless steel, embedded flow lines running curb to curb through the lobby.

Breath of Cypress Moon

2013

Channel and Crest (painted cypress) are two of our four parts of the 2,400 sq. ft. walk-through sculpture In The Blue, a three dimensional representation of the Gulf of Mexico. Installation was in our show Waves of Meaning, Morean Art Center. St. Petersburg Fl. 

Delaware Passage

Wilmington, DE, 2012

Delaware Passage is made up of five A-frames with 1” x 1” extruded red brass square tubing running horizontally on the outside of the A-frames.

Raw Flamboyancy

2011

In this installation, we see the spiral in its most emphatic form, a wooden structure that reaches almost to the ceiling. As another critic noted, it is big enough to walk through, but I do not advise it, since there are enough supports in the way to trip or bang into. Do, however, walk slowly 360 degrees around it. The spiral widens heavenwards and has its point on the ground.

Place In The Woods

Chattanooga, TN, 2010

Bronze and Brass. 14'H x 28'L x 14'W 

Place in the Woods is situated alongside the Tennesee River in Urban Chattanooga. It evokes both a grove of trees and the flowing bend of the river. The sculpture invites people to walk through, linger inside and contemplate their surroundings. Commissioned by the Hunter Museum of American Art and Art in Public Places Project, Chattanooga, TN. Funded by the Benwood Foundation.

In The Blue 

2008

Channel and Crest (painted cypress) are two of our four parts of the 2,400 sq. ft. walk-through sculpture In The Blue, a three dimensional representation of the Gulf of Mexico. Installation was in our show Waves of Meaning, Morean Art Center. St. Petersburg Fl. 

Confluence

Indianapolis, IN, 2004

(Standing Stones)  Limestone. 13'H x 60'L 12'W 
Confluence is a two-part sculpture including 8 standing stones and a boat-shaped deck on the bank of the White River in Indianapolis, IN. The stones were carved with the help of over 65 volunteers over a three month period. Commissioned by the Indianapolis Art Center for the Michael Graves Artspark. 

Missouri Shift

Springfield, MO, 1997

Indianapolis Museum of Art Collection, 

42 3/16 " x 73 1/2"

China Clipper Sea Witch 

1980. 

Eau Clair Sailings

1979. 

Cranbrook Dance

Bloomfield Hills, MI, 1978

Cranbrook Academy of Art, Wood, 11'H x 11'W x 168'L.

Commissioned by Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI.  This A-frame sculpture was built on site with the assistance of Cranbrook Academy students.  The sculpture was well used, e.g., cross country skiers skied through it.  It was a \"net\" for frisbee and a good place to hang out.

Niagara Dance 

Artpark, Lewiston, NY, 1977

Wood and Stone. 9’ x 16’ x 112’

 The sculpture is built along the side of the Niagara River.

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