Ode to Morph: Inspired by my wood sculpture, Morph VII, and wanting to go larger, Ode to Morph emerged. Sculpting a curl over the center in wood had been one thing. But in glass was quite another.Learn more →
Morph XIV takes elements from my previous works and becomes a cantilevered, curl-over wood sculpture, as well as a mobius. Unbeknownst to me at the time, it would be part of my inspiration for one of my future glass sculptures, Ode to Morph.
Morph XIV : 1′-4″ h, 10″ w, 6″ d | Black Cherry | Inquire.Learn more →
Morph XII : One aspect of my designs that I have not discussed much is exemplified in Morph XII. Asymmetry…which I personally define as comfortable unpredictability. It allows walking around this piece, and most of my other work, and seeing different things in the journey.
Morph XII | 1′-6″ h, 10″ w, 6″ d | Black Walnut | SOLDLearn more →
Morph XI embodies my favorite sweeps and sensuous curves, but it also displays a rather dramatic and extremely stylized human form. In the process, it violates the traditional “Golden Thirds” rule. But my roguish nature likes breaking rules.
Morph XI | 1′-6″ h, 7″ diameter | Bay Laurel | SOLDLearn more →
Slender, open front curl and up-swept spire makes a real statement for the size of this Black Cherry wood sculpture. I borrowed some lines from two previous sculptures in the Morph Series…but since it’s my work, I do not feel guilty of plagiarism. You decide.
Morph VII | 1’- 2” h, 7” w, 5”d | Black Cherry | Inquire.Learn more →
Experimentation and not being afraid to take risks are key to pushing the bounds. Like in my windshake walnut wood sculpture, standing horizontal or vertical, provided risky trajectory challenges to “meet in the middle.”
Morph II | Vertical: 1′-6″ h, 1′-2″ w, 9″ d | Horizontal: 1′-2″ h, 1′-6″ w, 9″ d | Inquire.Learn more →