Combination of blown,fused carved glass into sculptural forms all one of a kind
A plethora of large, free-form, steam-bent, fine-finished Ash wall and free standing sculpture composed of numerous natural wood elements, hand-molded and integrated into abstract forms
Each new bronze sculpture begins by making an aluminum armature. Foam is sprayed on to fill the armature, after the foam sets, it is rough sculpted to qshape. Clay is applied and sculpted to completion
I celebrate our connection to the animal world by creating sculptures made with clay, resin, paint, carved wood, collage, found objects, recycled tins and boxes, and a sense of humor.
Laurel Peterson Gregory
All pieces are limited-edition bronzes. Complex patinas complement clean lines and strong motion. The artist is involved every aspect of the creation from the original design to the completed piece.
I create sculptures using the techniques and in the style of Shona Sculpture Movement of my homeland, Zimbabwe Africa. The stone I use is imported from Zimbabwe, and is 100% hand carved and chiseled.
Kim starts with clay as her voice with Native symbolism and cast into bronze using the lost wax process. Her patinas are done with different chemical combinations and techniques along with high polish
My kinetic steel sculptures are finished with a natural rust patina or powder coated in brilliant color. The moving parts are precisely balanced to move at the slightest touch of a hand, or the wind.
I Use exotic hardwoods and burls to create unique and functional landing nets and fly boxes. The nets and boxes are inlayed with semiprecious stones and hand tied fishing flies.
Free-hand carved from single blocks of green wood. My process does not involve any glue-ups, joinery, or lathe-work. I work alone, from gathering my logs through the final coat of hand-rubbed wax.
Lathe turned bowls, vases, platters and lamps from reclaimed wood. Crushed stone, copper, inlays.
Ron & Christine Sisco
For over 30 years we have been turning,carving,hand&machine working wood&inlaying it with stone. We were the first in the country to inlay turquoise in the natural voids. We also use riverrock,glass,