Category Archives: Sculpture

New metal sculpture on slab of glass.

New metal sculpture on slab of glas


It may end up being called ma’s for the little metal cube on top that says “ma’s ” It took five days to complete the piece form start to end. Mostly because the pieces just fell into my hands.  I was lucky this time around. Once I hade the right thickness of glass all the other pieces just fit into place. It started as a wall piece, but was more suited horizontal on a table. Hope you enjoy it. It goes to Neoteric tomorrow to add to my section.

New Space at Neoteric Gallery

Shells @ Neoteris Fine Arts Gallery


I have a new area/ space @ Neoteric Gallery for several weeks. I’m excited to show my shells and other of my vintage industrial finds, and doll head sculptures. It’s a great space and I’m grateful to Scott for it. Pleases come visit if you’re on the East End of Long Island , Main Street Amagansett.  Private showing  ( 917 7516199 ) or contact Scott ( 631 8387518 ) for his hours of showing.  Thanks.

Shells in hand

Shells in hand


Love the visual of the hand holding the shell sculpture. The articulated hand is mounted on a teak base which is glued to an old pewter dish. When I show this it’ll probably go under a hand blown bell jar to make it look more like a specimen piece. Again, I collect all the pieces and they just come together in the end.

Lab glass still life



Started a series of still life photos of my vintage, industrial antiques. This is of lab glass, and assorted bottles. Had fun lighting this.

Work Desk

Work Desk


Felt like doing a still life of my desk, a little overcrowded, of course. The Dremel bits were bought at a yard sale. They’re a little rusty, but nice anyway. Bought the old metal type at Brimfield. It’s hard to make a crowded tabletop work, but I like this one. It’s shot with just a Dazer architects’ lamp and a mini spot and a repro “Edison” bulb for light.

Shells in water and stone mortar


The shells are mounted on a small pillar in a stone mortar that’s filled with water. There’s a little water in the shells, too. It’s overall a little soft which I like. The water reflecting light gives it an ethereal feel. The texture of the granite through the water is pretty, too.

Work in progress – shell sculpture mounted in glass blowing bowl


Ok, this is only a thought, but it will be made. On the left will be a metal column screwed to the base. The glass blowing bowl will be inserted into the column and a wing nut will tighten it to it. The bowl can swivel and look as if it’s pouring.