I use found objects in nature, guided by what I see and feel. It's a collaboration with something that's been alive to create a new living form. Prices available upon request.
Dramatic wall piece crafted from century old crown moulding salvaged from a Winchester, Mass. residence. Copper and carbonized wood accents.
Carved maple, rope on copper base
For my father
Carved wood and copper accented wall piece.
Walnut, mahogany and cherry wood fixed with bronze pins.
Winter solstice portal
Burned wood. Private collection
From banks to lawyer's offices to restaurants, my work adds a sustained pulse to enliven any space where people gather. The work adds a galvanizing transformative burst of energy. I relish the opportunity to curate a suite of artworks or create a one-of-a-kind focal point.
Installation summer of 2018. Gorham Street branch, Lowell.
Interior sign for salon Eyeful Beauty in Lowell, Mass.
Men's store, Boston
Light fixture, corporate collection
Enterprise Bank and Trust conference room at Lowell, Mass headquarters.
Conference room light installation. Enterprise Bank and Trust's Headquarters, Lowell, MA.
One of a kind, hand-made, typically salvaged materials crafted into an artistic whole. Tables, mirrors, lights, chairs. Prices available upon request. Open to customizing pieces and concepts to fit your business or home.
Carbonized oak, copper and brushed steel.
Butcher block with copper detailing on vintage, 1940's Hedstrom pram. Hand-forged ice bucket.
Hand-forged steel legs; stained and carved sycamore seat.
Carved wooden salad bowl and copper hammered serving spoons
Operating light. Steel, cooper, sculptural. Inspired by 1950's French operating room light. On wheels. Great for loft spaces
I weld, torch and force materials into submission while working with the tao. My tools, many inherited from my father, seem to know the way. Copper, steel, bronze, iron and gold leaf are my alchemy. Upcycled, repurposed art. Frozen music is what I call it. A jazz riff. Prices available upon request.
Arc of Triumph
Copper, Steel, brass
A gift indeed
Private collection, Newport, RI.
Pipeline to the vertical.
Steel plates. Strong and sleek. A heavy muther.
Private collection, Newport
Mixed metals: Iron and copper.
Lyrical wall piece made of polished steel.
At Powers Gallery, Acton, Mass.
Copper and stainless, 4 feet high and three feet wide. Table top.
Table-top piece, brushed steel. 16 inches by 5.
Wall pieces focus the attention from the 360 degree simultaneity of sculpture in the round. I like the constraint. The multi-dimensional animism of my work adds depth and spirit to live/work dwellings. Prices available upon request.
Bended, welded industrial steel.
Oil paint in box frame with copper halo.
Upcycled pool parts.
Birth of the new
Painted cello in goldleaf frame.
Market Street Boogie
Steel, copper, bronze. An oblique nod to Mondrian.
Wall piece using salvaged letters from Birke's Department Store, a Lowell, Mass institution which closed in 2004.
Four feet by seven.
Reused industrial castoffs with stamped poem
Happy All the Time
Twisted, welded metal pipes from defunct New England mill. Photo by Eric Roth
Made of Thigh Master parts. Pine tree branch optional.
Oil painted iron.
Iron. 12 inches.
As most of my work is made of material from the earth they can withstand the elements. Think garden, field, pool, terrace. Prices available upon request.
Yin and Yang
Mother and child
Made of old elevator parts and stainless steel
I've occupied decrepit mills, built 55-foot high towers and have transformed galleries into dynamic energy zones. Real time, site-specific work is a challenge for liberation. I am open to collaborations.
Art is Life is Art is ..... (combined video & sound components of an art installation)