I will do my best to restore "Bask" which survived the Northern California Fires. It most likely won't be exactly what it was originally but hopefully will reflect some of the the ordeal it has survived.
#1 went to a collector in New Jersey
A couple lost their home and all possessions in the California fire. The only two things that were recognizable were Bask & Dive. Dive is a little worse for the wear. Bask may be salvageable.
"Team Lauson" 2017 25" x 40 x 19 bronze, teak, 19th century clay bottles, Lauson engine, soap box derby wheels, mixed media, steel.
"2017 Watch This" bronze, steel, bone 18" x 7 x 6.
For my upcoming show at JRB, opens Friday, Nov 3rd.
"Through the Looking Glass" bronze, steel, stainless steel, glass. 2017 12" x 11" x 11" My OVAC 12 x 12 submission.
Drilling a ½" hole in white marble.
Continued studio work with Lynette Mathis & Christine Partigianoni.
Welcoming two new artists to the studio...
Ceramicist Lynette Mathis, and Sculptor Christine Partigianoni.
Strong winds blew through at 4 in the morning. Mighty Mouse & friends continue to Party after narrowly avoided disaster at JRB Gallery.
It will be at The Oasis at Lake Travis.
Double life-size Sisyphus enlarged by Taylor Foam of OKlahoma City. They did a great job. Something seemed eerily familiar about this image when I saw it. I just figured out it reminds me of one of the witches monkeys in The Wizard of Oz.
Just got the ball carved The whole studio is full of snow now.