Here are some images of my recent sculpture work. I was able to donate one of these to the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, to be displayed in their Education and Outreach building, located on their campus in Edgewater Maryland.
“Big Fish”, pictured on the right side of the below montage, measures approximately 7′ x 4′ x 3′. This sculpture is made of mild steel cold bent rods, chicken wire, dry cleaning bags, bubble wrap and discarded pool floats, and children’s toys.
“Big Red Dragon”, just to the left of “Big Fish” stands about 5′ tall, and takes up approximately 3′ x 6′ on the ground. It is made entirely of plasma cut and welded mild steel.
“Fire and Rain”, completed a few years ago, is made entirely of mild steel, plasma cut and welded. It is about 3′ high, and takes up about 3′ x 3′ of space on the floor.
“La Llorona”, the statue on the left, is a mixed media piece. She is made of terra cotta, cloth and patina. She is a small statue, approximately 4″ x 4″ x 4″.