Out of the fertile soil of the mind a new sculptural work of art rises out of the fire of creative imagination, and grows til it blooms. Creating seeds for additional creations. Finished it continues to inspire viewers to reach for the music within themselves. This abstract metal sculpture was commissioned for a private residence on Fripp Island in SC
Working on a commission in my Art Studio
A special sculpture inspired by Fripp Island,SC.
Welding Abstract Sculpture
The sculptor at work with Oxygen Acetylene torch
This Abstract Stainless Steel Sculpture allowed be reach back into my youthful sculpting and forward into my current creative life, and even into the future, however I was not aware of it at the time I was creating it.
Abstract Sculpture in the style of Matisse
Stainless Steel Garden Sculpture made from 316 Stainless and tig welded with 308 stainless steel. Would you like to see it? Visit Artsiphatsi Gallery in Tampa Florida.
The Guitar Player
Abstract Sculpture in the spirit of David Smith
Just the other day I had a visitor who had family from Bolton Landing NY and his father and Uncle knew David Smith before he was a famous abstract metal sculptor
This steel Sculpture is minimal and it is what it is.
This sculpture was made when I was 18 just after I returned from six weeks in Europe. I really love sculpting because it helps me gather my thoughts, relax and just enjoy the moment.
This one is still in my personal collection.
This 304 Stainless steel abstract wall sculpture shows the angular and geometric complexity of big city life. Yet it also directs your vision up from the city skyline to the infinite heavens. Metal Sculpture abstract art.
This sculpture is the one that convinced me that I needed to learn to make future wall sculptures out of Aluminum so that they would be easy to hang. That was nearly three years ago.
My Sculpture Studio & Sculpture Garden
In the old cottage neighborhood of Bluffton, SC my art studio is surrounded by 50 to 60 foot pines tree, 200 year old live oaks w/spanish moss and several tall palmetto palms, and just a short walk from the May River. Visitors are welcome Monday - Saturday 1pm to 5pm and by appointment. palmettooaks.com