Archive for the ‘Sculpture & Jewelry’ Category

Scribbledog Goes to the Beach: Santa Cruz~2014

I‚Äôve been photographing my sculptures on the beach with thrilling results for decades. But the hilarity and surprise of this month‚Äôs shoot¬†on a popular pooch-friendly playground made it my favorite so far. While all manner of¬†flying objects soared and ricocheted around me, dogs bounced and sprinted after them with irrepressible zeal, stopping occasionally to catch […]

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Mischka MONDAY!!

A little stovetop mischief with my favorite feline: [Show picture list]

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ArtMath Back-to-School Pop-Quiz

Sometimes abstraction feels like math. Not the classroom snoozing, painful-as-scraping a-chalkboard kind of math‚Ķbut the game-like, geometric puzzle solving, brain teasing type that I enjoyed before BC Calculus came along and silenced every number-2 pencil in the room. The tactile challenges of simplifying and resolving a tangled maze of complex curves is akin to solving […]

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ACROBAT pendant pre-sale

Sterling silver pendant, 2.5 inches high, w/black leather cord. Pre-sale/introductory price: $195.00. Call or Email me for more information (CLICK on Contact page).

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Wire Cartoon

Steel Wire Drawings by Dave Stevenson

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ACROBAT Springs off my Workbench

Modular design is a process I first experimented with in my jewelry collection (i.e.¬†Kimbra, Double Kimbra) as a way to explore the morphology of my most complex, geometric shapes.¬†ACROBAT is the second modular sculpture spawned by¬†Nautilus. Conceived by joining together two of the same molded sections of Nautilus, Acrobat was inspired by last year’s¬†M√©duse¬†(created by […]

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St-Barth Surf Shoot: NEW Stainless Steel Sculpture

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25 Years in 2 Paragraphs

Every day, while I walk or run, while I swim or rock climb or snowboard, the elegant mechanics of the human form inspire me. Eager to bound off their pedestals, my sculptures reach, twist, beckon toward sentience. Each piece has a distinctive center of balance or nucleus from which its energy radiates; joints materialize where […]

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Rock, Sand, Silver

Columbier Beach is favored in St-Barth for it’s scenic & challenging access (steep hike), privacy and sheltered harbor. “Sheltered” is the main reason I seldom go. I prefer to swim where the water is rougher; like running through the woods instead of on pavement. Turns out Colombier is a great place to shoot so I […]

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Fogging Goggles

Ah, the elusive M√©duse, reptilian Raptor and keel-crushing Chimaera…churning the primordial sea of St-Barth with mischievous delight! During daily swims last winter, I tangled with enough tentacles to sink an aircraft carrier. This February 7th, find out what fogs up the goggles of my imagination.¬†

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