metal sculpture

Latest W.I.P...... Sculpture

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Latest W.I.P...... Sculpture

Just thought I'd share one of the latest sculptures.... Has some of the largest fold formed elements that I've made....to date.

enjoy


more roses

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more roses

another pic of the flowers i made for christmas.


Finally, I was able to reduce the size of my pics.

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Finally, I was able to reduce the size of my pics.

This is one of the early stages of my tree, this would be the base of the giant sequoia.


Red Kite in steel

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Red Kite in steel

This is one of many of my birds of prey I make from steel. As with them all this one is life size and formed entirely from welded mild steel, rusted slightly then waxoiled for waterproofing. 


The art of dance

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The art of dance

This is a table top sculpture I have enjoyed working on. The mild steel is about 24" tall and has a painted finish. I am now working on a pair that are 7' tall and love how they are coming out.

Hope you enjoy.....


North Carolina Veteran's Park Sculpture

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North Carolina Veteran's Park Sculpture

This is one of 7 seven sculptures that are installed at the new North Carolina Veteran's Park in Fayetteville, NC. Each of the selected six sculptors were given a word that related back to military life and service. These words were then interpreted by each sculptor into representative forms through sculpture. Each sculpture had to contain used military items and artifacts but not directly used in its original, identifiable form. My word was "Courage" - I defined "Courage" by the saving of a fellow warrior in battle... by going back into the battle to retrieve a wounded soldier and bring Her/Him to safety - Leave No-one behind. The two outer triangles represent the two soldiers that are carrying the wounded soldier... the center triangle, back to safety. At the top of each triangle is a piece of hand-colored, fused glass. Contained within the glass are images of the medals of honor, as well as, the purple heart, which is embedded into the center triangles red glass. Inside the "body" of each triangle (soldier), are woven, the military items that I chose to embody each warrior... Military truck grates, truck hoods, brackets, wheel rims, brake plates - strong, enduring items. This was my description - there are many acts of courage and this happens to be my description of Courage. This was a very exciting and personal sculpture for me... It was wonderful to have been chosen to work on this project.


'Pioneer'

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'Pioneer'

here is one of my latest sculptures, it is 175cm high from mild steel with a galvanised finish, it is called 'Pioneer'


Not Quite Cinderella's

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Not Quite Cinderella's

Admittedly, I had to temporarily appropriate my significant other's high heel to use as the model for this piece (and yes, I returned it without grinding or welding burns)


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