I have recently made several planters from steel remnants and cut offs. Here are a couple I’ll have at my next show, the Recycled Arts Festival this weekend. http://www.recycledartsfestival.com
I met Sue and Michael at a show in quaint downtown Camas, where the street was blocked off for the spring patio, plant & garden show. They’d been looking for a tall piece to go in front of the house and something clicked when they saw this monolith. At seven feet, it makes a statement there now. Thanks you two!
This red geometric piece is on top of a steep slope. Until the plants grow in, this playful bright pattern reminds one to watch their step. When the plants do come in, it will be a nice contrast to the green foliage. Thanks Bunny!
So pleased to meet with a couple looking for a piece to go into their beautiful zen garden. They’d been searching for almost a year. What a pleasure that they wanted the Bonzai monolith to complete the space. You’ve created a lovely retreat. Thank you very much Mary and Shelley!
This piece was sold at Crackedpots last year. I was thrilled to receive this photo of it in its new home. I am now inspired to post client images to share the variety of locations and settings the sculptures are chosen for. Thank you Vivian for sending in this photo of the airline monolith!
In studio now is this substantial free standing new piece from the monolith series.
5′ H x 20″ W x 3/8th” D on 1/2″ arched base
These range from 3′- 4’H.
These drops from the steel yard make the perfect trillium petals. They are pivoted slightly like a pinwheel. The pistil can be anything from the butt of a screw driver, a bearing, or a counter sink bit, just depends. I abstract the leaves using either stainless as elongated ones or fence scrap as short ones. Heights vary 3 to 3 1/2 feet tall.