Many years ago, longtime supporters and collectors, the Stormorkens told me about a sculpture park in their native country that I simply had to visit. As a stone sculptor, they felt I really should know about Gustav Vigeland and his
I can finally show you how 60% of my public art sculpture project for Vancity Savings Credit Union was done. For the period of production of the two granite sculptures, I was under a Non-Disclosure Agreement with Vancity, as they
My latest pubic art sculpture commission is nearing completion and these are detail shots of some parts of the sculptures. I'm carving two artworks in grey granite that will grace the entryway to one of Vancity Savings Credit Union's new
My latest public art commission for one of Vancity Savings Credit Union's new branches in Vancouver, BC, Canada is progressing nicely. I have introduced an assistant to help me with the carving of this granite sculpture commission, and the assistant
The raw blocks of stone are ready for my public art sculpture project. I will be carving two companion, four foot tall pieces that will flank the front doors of a new branch of Vancity Savings Credit Union in Vancouver,
I have been working on a large granite banana slug public art sculpture, commissioned for the new BC Children’s Hospital TACC. I started work on the piece on March 10, 2017, after I transported the raw block from my supplier.
I have been commissioned to create a sculpture for the new Teck Acute Care Centre at BC Children’s Hospital. In the Spring of 2016, I entered an open call competition for public art sculpture for the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation’s massive
I was commissioned to create a special sculpture that was to be a presentation gift. Patrons Jim and Barbara approached me to create a sculpture that was to be a gift from Jim’s late mother, Isabelle to their son-in-law, Ashit.
I attended the Northwest Stone Sculptors Association's Oregon symposium which was held at Camp Sisters on Suttle Lake situated on the east side of the Cascade Mountain range. The location was brand new for the Assoc. this year, having had to move from the Silver Falls location of two decades. The new location is lovely, with generous and attentive staff and a carving field among tall evergreens. Suttle Lake is just steps away, with swimming, canoeing and kayaking available. I was invited to join this group of mostly Oregon stone carvers as a guest instructor. I gave an evening slide presentation, introducing myself and my work and acted as a mentor on