"Rise of the Midgard Serpent, listed Smithsonian Art Museum art inventories catalogue 1994."
Welded steel plate and recycled pipe from Hughes Tool & Die in Houston. Original installation Bayou Show 1983, downtown Houston on bank of Buffalo Bayou. Final, permanent installation in the lake at The Woodlands, Texas 1985. Dimensions 85' x 4' x 2'6"
Rise of the Midgard Serpent is based on a Norse myth telling us if the stewards of the world stop caring about it, the Midgard serpent will rise again encircling the earth in a cataclysmic cleansing.
Symfonix, mild steel, dimensions 9'6" h x 5'0" w x 5'0" d, c. 1991
Commission work dedicated to Fredell Lack, international concert violinist and professor of music at the Univerisity of Houston, main campus. The work will be installed at the University of Houston Music Department in the front lobby in 2019.
Thrown, carved, and altered stoneware vessel with inserted ceramic shards. Dimensions 20" h x 12" dia, c. 2015
This work is part of a series of ceramic sculptures. Each vessel explores the finish, the surface, and the interior limits of the vessel and the space that surrounds it.
"Mail Route Road"
Mail Route Road, 12" x 16", slab built porcelain, carved through glaze surface, c. 2018
This work is one of a series of decorative plates illustrating Texas Backroads. The plates are slab built or thrown on the potters wheel, then glazed and often carved through the glaze to reveal the clay color underneath. Each work is a unique, one of a kind, signed original work of art.