THESE SCULPTURES ARE HAND FORMED IN WAX, DIRECT POUR, OR FROM PLASTER MOLDS. I USED VARIOUS CHEMICALS FOR THE PATINA.
Patina bronze with polished edges was cast by me from cutting apart a wax from “Dancing Couple”.
The sculpture is mounted on mahogany with polyurethane finish.
10.1 inches high
Humanoid Plant and Sphere
This piece was derived from wax of “Dancing Struggle” and cast by me.
Cast bronze, green patina with polished edges and polished sphere, on painted wood.
10.5 inches high
Struggle to Adore
This cast bronze was reformed in wax from “Struggle to Adore to Love” and rest on a block of pine.
17.6 inches high
Nun Sitting in Chair
This sculpture was crafted from sheets of wax and cast by me.
Patina bronze on laminated mahogany.
11 inches high
The original title was “Presidency 1964” and mounted on walnut and steel. Two more casts were made and compromise “Will We all be Devoured by the Sea”.
Patina bronze cast by me from plaster mold.
13.8 inches high
Smiling Dancing Lady
This cast bronze is the only casting I’ve done using a rubber mold, mounted on laminated mahogany.
11.5 inches high
Beauty Is Only Skin Deep
This sand cast bronze is also solid bronze and very heavy. It was cast by me pouring directly into a foam form.
12.5 inches high
Two on One Point
Two on One Point
This patina sculpture is one of the first casting I have done; mounted on Pecan wood. It has a dark black patina.
16 inches high
This delicate bronze sculpture is the first of more than thirty Cacti sculptures I’ve created. It is mounted on stained mahogany.
13 inches high
This cast bronze sculpture is one of two castings, mounted on wood. This bronze as my bronzes were cast by me. I used the lost wax process from Plasticine original.
15.75 inches high
Ralph the Yak
This bronze was created from a piece of rope on steel wire. Originally named “Ralph the Dog”, however the name was changed when I placed my hair on the piece being cut for the first time in 13 years.
Will We all be Devoured by the Sea
This sea monster sculpture was cast from mold of “Discus Thrower” and is displayed in water. There are four separate pieces.
21.8 x 16 x 7 inches high
Two cast patina bronzes forming one sculpture with mahogany. This is an extremely rare example where I have ‘copied’ a work, similar to many Chacmool in ancient Mesa America.
8.25 inches high
Whiches ‘n Wizzards
This rich blue patina bronze is mounted oh mahogany. The tooth pick spurs have turned into bronze and are part of the sculpture.
6 inches high
Woman with Child (SC)
This sand cast bronze sculpture is solid bronze with a polished arm. It sits on a block of white marble and is very heavy.
11.9 inches high
This early cast bronze sculpture is mounted on a block of Mesquite wood. I used Plasticine to originally mold the piece as many of my bronzes.