I didn’t realize quite what I started when I began the series of palm-size solid bronze critters. The beginning-of-the-year time for reflection mini-sculpture project has developed into a fun way […]
Monthly Archives: May 2015
My goodness we have SO much catching up to do!!!! I would love to ramble all about the wonderful experience of this sweet little documentary – from being discovered (crazy story involving […]
I am a mother to my mom during this chapter; buttoning the glitzy young-girl-size blue jeans she is so proud of but can’t put on herself. Her tiny little 83 […]
A blaze of color, “Apollo” is one of the sculptures featuring a patina bird skull and feathered niche as part of my recent small reliquary series.
Momma Nature is moody this time of year. Yesterday was flip flop weather but today is not the best morning for the studio zip line. Tala LOVES the snow (and the […]
“As a frequent user of the Gallatin Yellowstone International Airport, I will personally enjoy seeing and using your unique bison bench sculpture there once it has been installed.” – Ted […]
The last three years began with a ritual of creating one palm-size woodland critter sculpture in clay to be cast in bronze. Each January the “critter project” has been a […]