Clay Prints, Paintings, and Murals

TRIANGLE
​claymono print  24" x 48"

SOMEHWERE IN THE MIDDLE
​clay mono print 24" x 48"

KITE FLYING
​clay monoprint  24" x 48"

RAVEN WALK
​clay mono print  40" x 48"

CELEBRATION
​clay mono print  48" x 56"

UNTITLED
​clay mono print  48" x 56"

PIG SPOTS
​clay mono print  10" x 12"

ROCK PAINTING l
​oil on canvas  36" x 48"

ROCK PAINTING ll
​oil on canvas  36" x 48"

MURAL DETAIL
9' x 7' 

AND THE COW JUMPED OVER THE MOON
​ 8' x 8'   mural    oil

ST. EDMONDS MURAL
9' x 60'          oil

BIG WORKS

     STONE'S THROW TREE
stoneware, porcelain, wood, wire
​9' x 48" x 36"


The design for this 9 ft ceramic tree actually began as a tree branch, with the purpose of supporting the sculpture of an opossum . Because of the layout and design of the stonework, I felt it was necessary to create a visual anchor on the other side of the fireplaces and arching stonework. The final design decision was made when I saw the painting that would hang next to the oppossum. The painting was of an old tree next to a stone springhouse, all completed, except for the tree trunk!
I made this in 24 major pieces and many smaller ones, including the lichen and mushrooms.

TREE OF LIFE
quadeclay, wood, wire
26' x 16' x 18'


This 26 foot tree was created as the base for a display of endangered animal species.The design company decorated the tree, floor area and animals for each season of the year. 
Space was made inside the sculpture, to house the compressor and airlines that ran throughout the branches to animate the animals.
This tree was made in 6 seperate pieces with a homemade "Quadeclay" and put together around the post for anchoring and attachment.
WATER: A PRECIOUS RESOURCE

ceramic, fiberglass  7' x 9' x 42"  




This sculpture was created for the National Geographic Society Exhibit at Explorer's Hall in Washington DC.
 The enviornmental sculpture was created in stoneware clay  for the rocks and branches and fibreglass resign for the 6 recirculating water pools. 
My biggest challange was to disguise the water drain, so the pranksters could not plug it up!
St Edmonds' Home, The Rainbow Maze