I am best known for my bronze sculptures of animals, namely thoroughbred horses, birds and dogs. One notable critic on encountering my very first bronze sculpture Point to Point at Saratoga in 1981 opined that I could turn out to be "The Remington of the Racetrack."
My bronze sculptures may be found in numerous museum, private, corporate and public collections throughout the World as well as on permanent public display in Washington DC, New York NY, Annapolis MD, and Birmingham and Montgomery, Al. My studio is located in Naples, Florida where my work may be seen by scheduling an appointment. Commissions for new work, either figurative or abstract, are welcomed.
My most recent major representational sculpture was a 2016 bronze of three life-size St Bernard dogs for the new College of Veterinary Medicine at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.
Pictured in the gallery below are a number of recent sculptures, many available for purchase, in paper, Styrofoam and bronze.
Bas relief of a flock of blackbirds demonstrating an aerial ballet over the Delmarva in late Autumn. Handmade paper, cut paper and acrylic. 48" high by 100" wide by 4" deep. SOLD
Bas-relief sculpture of fractured bee hive in thermally textured polystyrene, resin, glass and acrylic. Approximately 24" wide by 20" high by 7" deep SOLD
"About Time" is an assemblage addressing the disappearance of mechanical time. Polystyrene and acrylic: 60" in diameter by 5" deep. SOLD
"The Red Corset" a bas-relief portrait cast from a thermal drawing on Styrofoam. Media: handmade cotton linter pulp and acrylic on canvas. Size 24" high by 18" wide by 1.5" deep. Available, call for pricing.
Bronze with polychrome patina of a beautiful woman. SOLD
Figurative bronze with polychrome patina. 14" high by 18" long by 8" wide. SOLD
Bas-Relief of a Raven surveying his domain. Handmade cast paper, polystyrene, and acrylic. 48" high by 48" wide, by 4" deep. Available.
Bronze of two couples engaging in spanking roleplay-one in 1890 the other in 1990. 19" high by 24" wide by 23" long. SOLD
Bronze sculpture of two couples engaged in spanking role play-one in 1890 the other in 1990. 19" high by 24" wide by 22" long. SOLD