Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Chick and the Model

My girl has good taste in art.  But sure looks like a Chinese Sci-Fi flick!

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

UP! UP! And Spinning!

The sculpture, "Upper Main Street Clothesline", is in place and running on the wind.  More images are on the Colfax project page.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Primavera Getting a Facelift

Sculpture is getting a new shiny coat of paint.  This is just a progress image.  More color and painting will be completed.  Watch for more images.

Painting... the fun part!

This is the sculpture for the City of Denver, "Upper Colfax Clothesline".  Right now the suspended assembly in the sculptor's backyard studio hanging from the telephone pole in the alley to the Spruce tree above the chicken coop.

More images on the project page listed here on the right.  Take a look!

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Greeley: A Ute Indian's Story

The building has begun... this should be a really fun project.

There's more details... click on the page to the right.  I'll update as the sculpture comes together.

Monday, June 9, 2014

Upper Colfax's First Wheel

This is a fun image to play with motion blurs.  More images are on the "Upper Colfax Clothesline" page listed on the right of this post.  Check it out!  The assembly of more wheels are on the way.

Monday, May 5, 2014

New Dancing Moon IX

This is an incredible new discovery in powder coat finishes.  The sculpture is nearly completed.  It will be installed in Salina, KS for it's first showing.

Friday, April 18, 2014

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Models and Presentations for PARC, Rawlins, WY

Take a look at the page for the Model and full presentation details and information.

It started from an inspiration:
Moving, rolling, riding, turning.
Swaying, rocking, eyes set on the horizon. 
Across the high blue sky, wind pushing wispy clouds. 
A leaf floats on sea of waving prairie grass. 
A drink from the spring. 
A warm cup of coffee.
A smile to welcome the day’s journey.

Then it developed from the history of how horses and trains are intertwined, one building the other's importance to the develop of the high plains city.  Trains built the cattle and ranching industry.  Horses brought the materials to the rail road sites.  Horses were powerful enough to stop trains and be robbed by bandits, seeking the treasures coming West.

Click on the link to the right, for more information.

Monday, January 27, 2014

This is great!

A direct purchase from the Lowry Arts Group is officially announced that they are going to install a unique series of the "Aspens and Moon".  This was a competitive process of 150 applications... and I got to ONE!!
See the Lowry's Aspens and Moon page for more images.