Bulbous- stack laminated and carved western red cedar. Stack lamination allows for hollow building and concealing of end grain. It also has a viewing hole in the top so the construction method can be viewed.
Worm Hole in the Apploid- western red cedar. Inspired by the form of an apple (with a worm hole going through vertically and horizontally).
Top view of Wormhole in the Apploid showing the radial construction and the top entrance into the vertical worm hole.
Tendrils- white oak and copper.
Ammonoid- laminated & carved western red cedar; inspired by an ancient sea creature.
Positive & negative versions of related forms that were all derived from the same basic shape.
Homage to the beauty of fumaroles- outgrowths on volcanic sites, which are locations for sulfur gathering.
Skullmask, Laminated & carved western red cedar.
The Kiwi Canoe- Western Red Cedar, laminated & carved
A city built from scorched Western red cedar & resin.
a 3D version of the infinity symbol, with oxidized patina.
A listening/speaking device to allow messages to be heard at a distance. (copper, plywood, and brass.