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The Joy of the Process

I follow the grain of the wood with the handle of my mom's old scraper in my right hand, while controlling the pressure and flow of the blade with the fingers of my left. I get a warm feeling between my shoulders and neck as the rhythm of the wood is revealed. This is when the stories begin. Together they are my calming rhythm.

Recent Works

20th of May, 2016

Sculpture in the Wild

In the fall of 2014 I was privileged to assist five international artists during the first Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild symposium.   I was honored to be part of the crew that disassembled and reconstructed the old Delaney teepee burner that now stands as the centerpiece at Sculpture in the Wild sculpture park in Lincoln, MT. The burner was artistically interpreted by world renowned artist, Kevin O’Dwyer.  Kevin graciously allowed me to repurpose pieces of discarded steel from the burner for my pieces, “Second Hand Smoke” and “Glows Now Silent”.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these two sculptures will be donated to Sculpture in the Wild.