Womb with a View

Capturing Life

Schumacher Gallery, Capital University, Columbus, OH, invited me to participate in a thematic exhibition entitled “Life Force — Focusing on the presence of spirit in the world around us.” How could I possibly capture its profound nature?

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Womb with a View  |  1′-8″ h, 1′-3″ w, 1′-0″ d | Spalted Maple | Inquire.

Joseph Campbell would say that the best ideas are those that cannot be expressed in words. So I relied on the symbolism of my work and presented a series of images intended to provoke thought and response – Gaia, Updraft, Passages Into the Void, Untitled 01-03, Cross Current, Vanilla Sky – and Womb With a View.




Up Draft







Cross Current


Vanilla Sky


The latter piece evolved from a unique mass of wood that had been in my inventory for many years awaiting the right moment. This was that moment – to represent the miraculous chamber that incubates the marvels of life. In this case, giving rise to the abstract that is life itself.

Other Available Wood Sculptures

  • Morph XIV
  • Oceania
  • Chocolate Twist II
  • Chocolate Twist
  • Charybdis
  • Morph VII
  • Moab
  • Infinity Rising
  • Morph VI
  • Morph II
  • Split Personality
  • Monument Mesa
  • Womb with a View
  • Passages into the Void
  • Vanilla Sky
  • Cross Current
  • Wave Length
  • Amphora
  • Cherry Twist
  • Ra
  • Call of the Wild
  • Wind Dancer
  • Romancing the Stone
  • Untitled 01-03
  • Flug Ober Muotatal
  • Both Sides Now
  • Gaia
  • Georgia

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