A sneak peek inside my world of sculpting. I have listed a few projects and will continue to post new work as it comes. Please take a moment to see the creations in their early steps. It's fascinating work and I hope you enjoy seeing how it all comes to be. 

Click the pictures on the right to view each project.

An African Fish Eagle

2014 - Eagle commissioned for a home in New England.  The eagle is made of bronze shards all forged and hammered using blacksmithing techniques.   These eagles are familiar birds of prey on the waterways of sub-Saharan Africa.  This eagle has a wing span of 8' and is perched on a 10' bronze tree looking for its next prey.  I'm looking forward to finishing my second eagle, I hope you enjoy seeing the process.


2013 - This Dragon lives in a small courtyard on Cape Ann, MA.  Commissioned by a true dragon lover, this piece greets her guests as they come to visit.


2014 - Greyhound in stainless steel commissioned by a Tennessean man and donated to the Tunica Humane Society in Miss.  The Greyhound is hammered and formed into shape. Play pose and full of beans this greyhound captures life. Done in an abstract way, the muscles are still tight and he appears to be ready to jump. This is the third greyhound that will be completed.  I think they all have a way about them. Great dogs!


High Spirits

2016 - This piece was born from the positive energy that flowed through Robin Silverman. A creative community person who lived in Ipswich, Massachusetts and inspired many.  After her passing, her husband was compelled to give something to the community. It was something he just wanted to do. Hopefully to inspire future generations to feel good and continue to share their gifts with each other. Robin was a giver. Rick is just “paying it forward’.  We thought that “High Spirits" would be a fitting title for something holding court from the top of that hill. Something that feels up-lifting and connected somehow.

The 14' tree is made in shards of bronze metal to create the bark texture.  The birds in contrast, are in abstract form. This piece stands 14' high and about 12' wide. I'm sure as the bronze ages and becomes that blue/green patina color, this piece will feel as if it had been there all along. Nice to have work in Ipswich, near our studio. Having sent pieces all over, this is one I can visit. Maybe I'll see you there!

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2017 - I wonder when Jules Verne wrote 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, he ever imagined one of his sea monsters hovering in a corporate stairwell.  This 15' Octopus surrounded by glass railings feels contained in a sea of its own.

With the help of the MIT glass lab, they said this was the largest quantity of glass they ever attempted to blow into one of my sculptures.  The glass alone was almost 40 lbs. and 28" in length.   In addition to the blown glass head, we have added glass webbing between each arm, creating a balance of materials within the concept.  The glass is slumped over custom molds to create this fluid feature. 

Check out the video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejq-QDnbrHs