I entered “White Horse Wave” to the C.M. Russell Museum’s annual fundraising auction, called “The Russell” . It was accepted and this was a very important event in my career. Charlie Russell (1864-1926) is an important figure in American Art
Happy New Year! Today marks the Year of the Dragon - the 'Water' Dragon in particular. Sometimes referred to as a 'new moon day', today marks the beginning of the first day of the first Chinese (calendar) lunar month. The exact
In 2006, I got a commission to create a six foot tall sculpture from Indiana limestone. I purchased a bigger block of limestone than I needed, simply because it was available and would speed up my production time. The commission
What began in the early 20th Century, of abstract sculptors wishing to get away from the literal representation that prevailed for centuries, has developed into conceptual sculpture of the 90’s and into the 21st century. Assembling found objects like the metal
Our friend Lee Gass is a sculptor. He is also an educator and scientist and lover of many things eccentric, quirky and off-the-beaten path. Lee is one of the most enjoyable people to spend time with, as he speaks with
Last year, I was contacted by a woman whose father, Mathew had passed away. He was a hobby stone carver, used his daughter’s garage as a sculpting studio and had left tools, raw stone and a few half finished carvings.