My sculpture, the Nine Muses, is mentioned in the latest issue of Via Magazine
” Thanks to bustling cafés, stylish boutiques, and restaurants with wide-ranging wine lists, this pedestrian- and bike-friendly pocket of Salt Lake City is becoming a hot spot.
The Nine Muses is a series of nine sculptures, stainless steel with some powder coating, enameling, kinetic parts, 2004
Location: 900 South and 900 East attached to pedestals in planters on corners
The busy commercial and residential area of 9th & 9th was transformed with this streetscape upgrade through artwork, landscaping, lighting, and seating. The project was designed to reinforce the identity of the business district. The intersection was designed in a circular pattern using stamped street pavers for more delineation. The landscaped corners hold the pedestals in which the artwork was installed. Benches and light posts are placed throughout the 2 block area to designate the district.
The project scope was to interpret the 9 muses of Greek mythology; the daughters of Zeus & Mnemosyne. Each muse was the inspiration of an aspect of the arts and sciences.
I was recently sent these photos of a recent sculpture by Andrea Schwartz Gallery in California, Flow is a combination of sculpture and a water fountain. It was commissioned by Essex Properties in Sunnyvale, California. It is part of Sunnyvale’s Public Art collection.
Recently I have been working on a 13 ft tall bronze sculpture for the Avalon Ballard Development. I am just getting ready to apply the patina onto the sculpture. This piece will be for the new apartment complex that will be built on the former Sunset Bowl property.
Avalon Bay has been a big proponent for including original art work throughout their developments.
For over a decade, I have been creating unique sculptures that capture attention and engage the imagination through simple design and kinetic movement.