Friday, October 26, 2012


I just created my first series of glass sculptures, three Native American heads.

 The glass sand casting process involves the use of hot molten glass poured directly into a mould. The sand mould is typically prepared by using a mixture of clean sand and a small proportion of the water-absorbing clay bentonite. Bentonite acts as a binding material.

In the process, a small amount of water is added to the sand-bentonite mixture and this is well mixed and sifted before addition to an open topped container. A template is prepared (typically made of wood, or a found object or even a body part such as a hand or fist) which is tightly pressed into the sand to make a clean impression. This impression then forms the mould.

The surface of the mould can be covered in coloured glass powders to give a surface colour to the sand cast glass sculpture. When the mould preparation is complete hot glass is ladled from the furnace and poured directly into the mould.

 -(source Wikipedia: Glass Casting) 

Here are some images from the process:

 Sand, bentonite and colored glass powders in the molds

 Pouring the molten glass

 Placing a rod in the first glass head

 Coloring the glass

 Removing the sculptures from the sand

The cast sculptures, still coated in sand

One of my glass heads (incomplete), mid the finishing process. 
This piece will now have all sand removed from it 
and be attached to a steel ribcage and custom base. 

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Friday, October 19, 2012


Artisan Jefferson Mack creates beautiful metalwork. 

Here are some images of his light fixtures:

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It really inspires me to create my own lighting fixtures, in additional to my chandelier online:

Thursday, October 18, 2012


This week I wanted to give you some information on my sculpture, "Earth Protector", one of my Galactic Heroes Trinity. 

Larger than life, she hold the Earth in her hand. She knows solutions to the problems of our small planet. She knows that something CAN be done about it.

This sculpture won Second Place and Honorable Mention at Eco Arts. 

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Friday, October 12, 2012


I have been working on a new, wonderfully sleek contemporary sculpture, incorporating glass, bronze, and lighting. I will be posting pictures of the finished product.

We are also getting prepared for my upcoming shows.

I will have a list of all of the shows for the season soon!


My newest sculpture, just back from the foundry. The piece, "La Petite Reine des Etoiles", (translated to "The Little Queen of the Stars") stands 3" x 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" and is the counterpart to my sculpture, "The Child King of the Known and Unknown Universes".

 The images show what my bronze sculptures look like before being chased (smoothed), patinated (colored with fire and chemicals) and polished.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012


This is an image of my sculpture, "The Kiss", at a collector's home in New York.

 I love the elements of their interior design, and the way the color palette fits perfectly with the sculpture.

Sculptures not only add an interesting element to any home, but provide aesthetic focal points for any decor.

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Tuesday, October 2, 2012


My monumental sculpture commission, "The Galactic Samurai - Confrontation of Evil" was featured in the international arts magazine, Carnet De Notes, issue 163. Scroll down the site to see:


This week I wanted to share some details of my piece, "L'Embrasse" (The Embrace). Cast in bronze and patinaed with rich colors, two lovers melt into each other in this deco-style piece. I wanted to show how, in perfect relationships, two people can become one without losing themselves.