3D

sculpture • jewelry • ceramics

Some artists spend their entire lifetime in one discipline, while I have spent mine expanding into diverse ones.

Often, the decision to switch disciplines or media is based on some physical need. After 15 years as a jewelry maker, I was tired of being bent over a bench using tiny precision tools and magnification making little art-to-wear sculptures. In search of something that would keep my whole body engaged, I went outside and began sculpting fantasy figures with indigenous shrubs that are bigger than me. 

Here is a survey of the major categories selected to showcase a range of materials, skills, scale and depths of relief from low to total, stand alone 3D. 

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Dragon carp sculptures

Dragon carp sculptures

The inspiration for two giant carp sculptures made completely from natural materials came from an...

Shelter and Land Art

 

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Tea House Shelter

A small but not simple tea house rises from the Southwestern desert.Watch more videos from Open...

Shrubconscious Basket Hut

The basket hut came as a result of my lifelong passion for shelter, beginning with studying adobe...

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The Jewelry Business

With but one class in jewelry making under my belt, I began fabricating jewelry for Heather Laurie...

Buy Local

Buy Local

The origins of my display work go back to school days when I was first immersed in theater and...

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Mud was my first love

Pueblo, CO, was built on ancient seabeds of clay and sandstone along the Arkansas River. Easy access to clay supports potters, masons and brickyards. High School provided an intro into ceramics for me, under the tutelage of Lyle Clift, who introduced me to salt-fired, stoneware. He had his...

Costumes

 

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Shrub Costume

Shrub Costume

This costume was created in conjunction with the Open Channel Content short, "Scorched Ladders."

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