I’m excited to announce that my Etsy store is back up and running. It will feature functional artworks like my new lamps and forthcoming furniture. I’ve named this new, parallel direction of my work “Dark Age Design.” Some people may ask “Why Dark Age Design? Didn’t we leave the Dark Ages behind in our quest […]
Eventually I will get around to a full report about my trip to South Korea for the The 21st International Sculpture Symposium Icheon (ISSI). I did post images on facebook while I was there if you’d like to scroll through and experience it via time travel. In the meantime I will just say that it […]
This is an excellent article by Dave DeLand. It covers not only my life-altering accident but my work in general with thoughtfulness and sensitivity. Thanks, Dave!
It was a Pleasure to have Dana Conroy and her wonderful team visit the studio for this segment of Postcards on Pioneer Public Television.
The summer started off on a high note when I installed my sculpture Triple Spark at the Cedarhurst Center for the Arts. I’d never been to the museum before and was delighted to find a beautiful landscape filled with wonderful works. My piece is on long-term loan, with hopes that one day it will join […]
I’ve been developing these new wall sculptures for months now, so I’m very excited to announce that my exhibition Winter Blossoms is now open! You can see the show in the Main Gallery of Great River Arts in Little Falls, MN. The opening reception will be this Saturday January 16 from Noon-2pm and it runs […]
I’m very excited to join Judith Bergerson and Peder Hegland again at their neighboring studios for the annual Open Studio Show. You may notice we moved it up a bit this year after fighting the cold the last two years. The weather looks to be beautiful and the lack of snow is allowing me to […]
Forget Christmas, this is the most wonderful time of the year! One of the best parts of Spring is my annual trip to North Carolina for the Art in the Garden Sculpture Invitational. No kidding, I love this show, I love the work and I love the people. As usual, I’ll only be there for […]
You still have until April 18 to check out my show at the Gallery Saint Germain… but for those who can’t make it, perhaps these images will help give you a feel for it…. Enjoy!
I have a beautiful little show up currently at the Gallery Saint Germain in downtown St. Cloud. It runs until April 18th, and the opening reception will coincide with the St. Cloud Art Crawl on March 20th from 5-9pm. The unique thing about this exhibition is that I decided to display some of my drawings […]
Normally, the first part of the year is a very quiet time around the studio. I’m generally left alone and have a lot of concentrated time to just work on the sculpture of my choosing. This year, so far, has not been normal. The reasons have all been rather good, but even good can be […]
This is going to be a great weekend… I’m very excited to once again join local artists Judy Bergerson and Peder Hegland for their Open Studio Show and Sale. This year the excellent wood artist Jeff Kidder will be joining us as well. I’ve gotten a sneak peak at this year’s work while setting up […]
Good abstract work is anything but arbitrary. The movement of a single line by just a smidge is the difference between “good” and “meh.” That is the distance that matters; that is the gap that holds the key to making something worthwhile. All the infrastructure, all the tools, all the time in the world do […]
For the past month or so I’ve been tinkering with the idea for rustic wooden boxes decorated with my custom wood burnings. The variations and character of the reclaimed wood gives them a very nice old-timey feel. They also allow me put to great new use something that would otherwise be thrown away (a minor […]
Chopping wood, in a weird way, led to the creation of this latest sculpture… a fine little piece I’m calling Eye of the Needle. With every passing year, the Seasons have a growing effect on the structure of my life. There are times of the year that are just better for certain things than others. […]
Last fall I stumbled onto a bunch of black and white walnuts (isn’t Craigslist great?) and quickly cleaned them up and planted them in. I simply walked along my existing rows of trees with a hoe and a bucket of seeds, scraped a small hole, dropped in a nut, and covered it back up. I’d […]