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Desespoir
Desespoir

"Desespoir" is the french word for "despair".

I did this piece after the killing in Nice, France, on July 14, 2016...

So sad...

Bronze, 10” x 4” x 3”

2016

The Keeper
The Keeper

The Keeper is my first large bronze.

It was an adventure!..
It is 45" high and weighs 105 pounds.
It was inspired from a smaller piece that I made on the spur of the moment, as I was just testing a new type of armature for my clay. In my mind it represented a wise old man looking after a village, in one of these remote places, where danger can come from anywhere.
My goal with this piece was to create a serene and caring but powerful presence.
I decided to let the piece outdoor so that the natural elements give it its patina. It has been wonderful to observe its transformation over the last few months.
For now, it is standing next to the stair case leading to the door of our house and I like to think he is the Keeper of my house and my family.

Bronze, 45" x 8" x 8"

2016

The Keeper (Detail)
The Keeper (Detail)

Bronze, 45" x 8" x 8"

2016

Life is short
Life is short

Bronze, 13” x 2“ x 2”

2015

The Guardian
The Guardian

Bronze, 12” x 2“ x 2”

2015

Anya
Anya

Bronze, 13” ½ x 2” x 2”

2015

Elegant Bitch
Elegant Bitch

Bronze, 14” ½ x 2” x 2”

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Figures Series #1.jpg
Desespoir
The Keeper
The Keeper (Detail)
Life is short
The Guardian
Anya
Elegant Bitch
 Click  here  to see more figures...
Desespoir

"Desespoir" is the french word for "despair".

I did this piece after the killing in Nice, France, on July 14, 2016...

So sad...

Bronze, 10” x 4” x 3”

2016

The Keeper

The Keeper is my first large bronze.

It was an adventure!..
It is 45" high and weighs 105 pounds.
It was inspired from a smaller piece that I made on the spur of the moment, as I was just testing a new type of armature for my clay. In my mind it represented a wise old man looking after a village, in one of these remote places, where danger can come from anywhere.
My goal with this piece was to create a serene and caring but powerful presence.
I decided to let the piece outdoor so that the natural elements give it its patina. It has been wonderful to observe its transformation over the last few months.
For now, it is standing next to the stair case leading to the door of our house and I like to think he is the Keeper of my house and my family.

Bronze, 45" x 8" x 8"

2016

The Keeper (Detail)

Bronze, 45" x 8" x 8"

2016

Life is short

Bronze, 13” x 2“ x 2”

2015

The Guardian

Bronze, 12” x 2“ x 2”

2015

Anya

Bronze, 13” ½ x 2” x 2”

2015

Elegant Bitch

Bronze, 14” ½ x 2” x 2”

Click here to see more figures...

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