"Nautilus", inspired by the geometry in nature. Woven in welded steel. Finished in Bluebell, the piece is 6' x 4' x 6'ht. Paradise Valley, MT.
The "Vortex" light sculpture, originally commissioned for the "Coil" apartment complex. Currently in its final stages of completion in Indianapolis, IN. Part of a group of light sculptures commissioned by: Julie Browning Bova Designs in 2016 for the Lobby area.
A project founded in 2003, "Hearts in San Francisco" is a public art fundraiser. Hearts are created by local artists through a juried selection and sponsored by patrons to be displayed in public places throughout San Francisco. A final action is held for the sale of the Hearts, all proceeds go to benefit the San Francisco General Hospital. My Heart, was part of the inaugural benefit and was sponsored by: Athena Blackburn for display on the steps of Grace Cathedral. My "Heart Electra" was eventually auctioned off for $60,000, it is made of steel and oil gilded in genuine 22kt gold leaf.
"Hale Konon" (translation: Tule canoe) is a public art sculpture, commissioned by the San Francisco Redevelopment agency as a part of the Hunters Point Shipyard redevelopment project. This sculpture is a memorial to the Native American Ohlone and Muwekma tribes that once lived along the estuaries and bays in San Francisco. "Tule" is native marsh grass which grows along the waterways and was used extensively for the building of canoes, dwellings, watertight baskets and many useful items. When the canoes were used for several years and became deteriorated, they were then returned back into the water where the tule grows, giving valuable nutrients to the grasses and fish. This piece was installed spring 2015.
A Public art Native American Memorial sculpture at the Baystreet Emeryville shopping district.
A Light drawing installation at Place PDX Portland. In collaboration with Jennifer Thackray. This piece was developed over a years time, using extensive research into the microscopic and ethereal realm of the Brain. Images of both human and rat brain neurons were drawn with fiber optic light strands which all emanated from the main projector (brain) mounted in the center of the gallery. Viewers are encouraged to walk among the loose fibers and view the drawings mounted on the wall, textual descriptions of brain functions and disorders is mounted in various locations throughout the exhibit.
The Cirrus Light sculpture has been installed around the country in various public and private locations. Notable installations include a custom trio for The St.Johns Hospital lobby in Detroit, part of the donor permanent art collection. In the light tower "Beacon of Hope" at the Ronald Mc Donald Children hospital and hospice in Dallas, I created three pieces suspended in the tower. For the Temple Emanuel in Los Angeles, I created a custom entry piece. Starbucks flagship stores have commission several installations in various locations as well as many restaurants around the country.
This custom light sculpture commissioned for the Hyatt permanent art collection at the Bellevue WA location, is 10' x 8' with an LED light spiral interior chandelier. It is suspended in a custom built foyer visible from the first and mezzanine floors as well as the exterior of the building. A statement piece which is balanced with the modern architecture.