Posts Tagged ‘Raptor’

Coming Soon…

Octeryx is still in the “womb”, but already growling, scratching and clawing to get out. Measuring over six feet in length, Octeryx is poised to become one of my largest ever prototypes. (When creating new work, my typical working scale is 2-4 feet). This latest piece shares the menacing, alien/sea creature-like characteristics exemplified by my Raptor, Monarch & Crush sculptures.

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BIG Bronze, Some Coffee & One Confused Bat

ArtinjectionNorth/Day 153…4? Lately I’ve noticed that before I go to bed I’m already looking forward to turning on the coffee machine. It’s not that I don’t like sleeping (or dreaming), but I have so much stuff going on in the studio these days that I can’t seem to get everything done quickly enough. Not that […]

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The Ballad of 14 Gauge

14 gauge wire: it is a ubiquitous, unglamorous hardware store staple and yet for twenty years it has shaped my path as an artist. Every sculpture I create begins with a length of this wire that I manipulate into a small maquette. I then enlarge the model and add volume to the wire framework with […]

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VERNISSAGE 2013-St-Barthelemy

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RAPTOR Rising Grant Project Update: Phase 1~Molding!

Raptor is currently at Sculpture House Casting where it will be cut into 3-4 pieces (with surgical precision) for molding. I plan to pour the first wax by mid-May, and prepare it for casting in bronze at Polich-Tallix by June (ish). Likely I will cast two versions of Raptor at the same time, or one […]

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