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Ravens, Humpies and fishing from Alaska

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 I am the WalrusI am da Walrus: I am the Walrus Made this for a local Telecom company, design, fab, and test, 2nd one I've made... on the go SAT uplink anywhere in AK!Custom SAT Off-Road Platform: Made this for a local Telecom company, design, fab, and test, 2nd one I've made... on the go SAT uplink anywhere in AK! A tree for a custom job,  was very fun to make!Ally's tree: 5' x 3': A tree for a custom job, was very fun to make! Humpie mobile, nice chime too!Humpie Mobile: Humpie mobile, nice chime too! A  flying raven,  wind balanced and seeks flight into the steady breezeHovering Raven: A flying raven, wind balanced and seeks flight into the steady breezeIt has been many moons since I last visited and posted, I have been working slowly, but steadily.


I am da Walrus

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I am da Walrus

I am the Walrus


Ally's tree: 5' x 3'

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Ally's tree: 5' x 3'

A tree for a custom job, was very fun to make!


Humpie Mobile

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Humpie Mobile

Humpie mobile, nice chime too!


Hovering Raven

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Hovering Raven

A flying raven, balance and seeks flight into the wind


Tiny Life - post bug hatch

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Tiny Life - post bug hatch

Here's another picture of a sculpture I posted a couple of days ago. This is the new base I used to replace the "bug hatch" base.


cymbalism

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cymbalism

I love doing drum cymbals because you give yourself a limited space to make an expression. This is 1 of 7 pieces that I am currently working on. It is an asian theme consisting of both Japanese and Chinese art from the 17th century.


Slivered

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Slivered

This piece sold to a local yoga center in Nashville. It is finished with an ink wash and concrete. Structurally, it is a very simple piece, but I really love the clean flow that it has.


Anticlasic Raising in Free-Form

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Anticlasic Raising in Free-Form

This is a piece of Copper scrap I found in my Studio, which was a negative from some flames I cut out a while ago. I filed down the edges, and used the Anticlastic technique to see how the shape would react to it. I got some amazing curves, and the transitions are smooth. With more practice, and a wider range of sinusoidal stakes I'm positive I will be able to create some amazing pieces.


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