Collected Wood

My wood art .... collected

I like sharing details of my collected wood pieces.  They help show how my work has changed over the years.  And how it has remained the same.  How the wood art evolved into abstract wall sculptures.  How my turned pieces grew into turned & sculpted.

If you would like to get into the real nitty gritty and learn more about my ‘no steaming and no bending’ process, I invite you to visit Creating Wood Art.

Collected Contemporary Wood Sculptures

Morph IX

Morph IX : The question was “How far can I push the limits, especially in Cherry?”Morph IX | 1′-3″ h, 11” w, …
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Morph V

Morph V : I purposely selected a wood whose grain and figure would not strongly distract from my intended design. That’s why I chose the …
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Morph VIII

Morph VIII : Everything about this piece was just plain nuts. It’s one thing to make a curl-over, but to do one that is …
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Morph X

Morph X : I do love the outcome of the movement and tight undulations. It’s fun to allow your eyes to trace the edge-line along …
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Morph XI

Morph XI embodies my favorite sweeps and sensuous curves, but it also displays a rather dramatic and extremely stylized human form. In the process, …
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Morph XII

Morph XII : One aspect of my designs that I have not discussed much is exemplified in Morph XII. Asymmetry…which I personally define …
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Morph XIV

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 …
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Nature’s Ceremony

Scarce and loved Walnut burls are scarce. Walnuts are not as prone to this type of growth as are maples, willows, sycamore and oaks. This piece is …
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