The next stage of my commission for 16 sculptures for a major hotel in Singapore is upon me. The hotel wants a particular type of marble for two of the sculptures, so I've purchased a large block of Nero Marquina
Now that I have completed the 12 identical sculptures for the hotel in Singapore, I'm starting the 13th and 14th sculptures. Once again, these are inspired from pieces that I've already created. Above left is a variation on "Sand Dance"
My commission to carve 16 sculptures for a prominent hotel in Singapore is progressing. I've completed the first 12 sculptures and above is all of them awaiting final packing and crating before making their journey across the Pacific Ocean. These are
My niece, Olivia Richardson and my multi-media piece "Thank You, But I Don't Need Goggles" has found a home at the head office of Encorp Pacific in Burnaby, BC, Canada. Following the year long travelling exhibition, "Diving In: The Art
I am pleased to announce that one of the two sculptures that the Federation of Canadian Artists accepted into their premier 2023 exhibition, "Active Member Exhibition" was chosen Best Sculpture in Show. "Mermaid" was not only selected for this honour,
I have recently been accepted into the Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA) on Granville Island, Vancouver, Canada. It has been decades since sculptors have been part of the FCA, but due to the perseverance of my friend and colleague, Bruce
The Squamish ArtWalk returns this year to a summer timeline and one free of COVID restrictions, presented by the Squamish Arts Council! ArtWalk 2022 runs the month of July and our gallery studio is one of the participating venues. Michelle and
I have installed a sound attenuating system in the gallery to combat the annoying reverb that was occurring when speaking to customers. After several design attempts on paper, Michelle and I decided on the concept of cubes that I'm nick-naming