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The Resplendent LOVE LIFE of Syrinx, Fugue & Anna Kendrick

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21st Century Scyphozoan Man

Do you enjoy long ocean swims far from the beach? Then you know all about that inescapable urge (and the epic effort it takes to ignore it) to focus single-mindedly on SHARK! when you exercise at sea. I fight this pointless instinct with a useful distraction: I imagine an alternate school of fish in the […]

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How to Make a Sculpture in 45 Seconds

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An Octopus, a Shark & Two Dancers…

INTRODUCING Mira/Bovo: a double portrait juxtaposing contemporary dancers Mira Cook and Giorgia Bovo, inspired by their astonishing performances last fall with Indelible Dance in No Man’s Land—choreographed by Robin Cantrell (NYC)—during which Mira Cook was eight months pregnant.

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Mira/Bovo: Coming Soon

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]I’m typically averse to sharing studio photos of sculptures in progress because the requisite interminable gestation phase (2-6 months) is called “the ugly stage” for a reason. But if I photo-shop the bejeezus out of it veiling the flayed skin, eviscerated viscera and surface scars for a warm minute, well then:

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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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Getting Closer!

I am still fundraising on Sculpturezoo.com for my NYC Public Art project. Donate today & choose original artwork or jewelry as thank you gifts for your contribution!

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Enter the Cat: Bruce Lee in the Studio

So I rode downtown to Pearl River Mart to buy more bowls because that’s where you go in Manhattan when you’re out of bowls and I was. I came home with an authentic Bruce Lee poster. It was $5. How could I resist? Did I mention it was authentic? At this joyously absurd low price, surely […]

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Cantrell, NEW portrait of a dancer (steel wire, 14″h)

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Pokémon No

This Summer…one of my outdoor bronze sculptures unceremoniously popped up—without attribution or permission—in the new smartphone gaming phenomonen, PokĂ©mon Go. Flattering isn’t quite the right word to describe this experience, especially since players have been tramping uninvited through my collector’s property to “capture” cartoon monsters. An errant baseball knocked through a window would be preferable to the […]

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