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Indirect Means
       
     
Indirect Means
       
     
Stave, 2015
       
     
Rib, 2015
       
     
Dream Machine: Part 2
       
     
Dream Machine
       
     
Dream Machine
       
     
Lift
       
     
Blue Bell
       
     
A Locket For Our Canopy
       
     
A Locket For Our Canopy
       
     
A Locket For Our Canopy
       
     
100 Foot Necklace
       
     
100 Foot Necklace
       
     
100 Foot Necklace
       
     
100 Foot Necklace - Blue
       
     
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Indirect Means
       
     
Indirect Means

Currently installed downtown Greensboro. Soon to be installed in the North Carolina Botanical Garden in Chapel Hill. This work is available for sale.

Indirect Means
       
     
Indirect Means

Currently installed downtown Greensboro. Soon to be installed in the North Carolina Botanical Garden in Chapel Hill. This work is available for sale.

Stave, 2015
       
     
Stave, 2015

This work is shown here, installed in Downtown Raleigh at the law office of Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein as part of the Art in the Workplace program through CAM Raleigh. This work is now returned and available for sale.

Rib, 2015
       
     
Rib, 2015

This work is shown here as installed in Downtown Raleigh at the law office of Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein as part of the Art in the Workplace program through CAM Raleigh. This work is returned and now available for sale.

Dream Machine: Part 2
       
     
Dream Machine: Part 2

This sculpture is growing! Keep an eye out for new developments in the future. As the city’s downtown art scene continues to thrive and change, so will Dream Machine.

Dream Machine
       
     
Dream Machine

This sculpture is installed out front of the Greensboro Cultural Arts Building, downtown Greensboro, NC. Project funded by SynerG and Action Greensboro.

Dream Machine
       
     
Dream Machine

Night view out front of the Cultural Arts Building, downtown Greensboro. 

Lift
       
     
Lift

Fabricated mild steel, powder coated. This work was installed at Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro, North Carolina until October 2017. Currently available.

 

Blue Bell
       
     
Blue Bell

Fabricated steel, paint. This sculpture was installed in Wilmington North Carolina as part of the Wilmington Pedestrian Art Walk. It was  installed until May 2017. 

A Locket For Our Canopy
       
     
A Locket For Our Canopy

This "necklace" was created in response to the community uproar caused by Duke Energy's destructive tree removal practices. It was previously installed one two different sites where massive tree loss occurred in Greensboro, North Carolina. Additionally it was included in a couple of local gallery shows where the context was absent, but the information available expressed the works purpose.

Cast concrete, hardware, polyurethane with mica.

A Locket For Our Canopy
       
     
A Locket For Our Canopy

This "necklace" was created in response to the community uproar caused by Duke Energy's destructive tree removal practices. It was previously installed one two different sites where massive tree loss occurred in Greensboro, North Carolina. Additionally it was included in a couple of local gallery shows where the context was absent, but the information available expressed the works purpose.

Cast concrete, hardware, polyurethane with mica.

A Locket For Our Canopy
       
     
A Locket For Our Canopy

This "necklace" was created in response to the community uproar caused by Duke Energy's destructive tree removal practices. It was previously installed one two different sites where massive tree loss occurred in Greensboro, North Carolina. Additionally it was included in a couple of local gallery shows where the context was absent, but the information available expressed the works purpose.

Cast concrete, hardware, polyurethane with mica.

100 Foot Necklace
       
     
100 Foot Necklace

I created this "necklace" with the intention of installing it in places of personal significance in relation to my growth as an artist. The place which is photographed here is the Leo Jenkins Fine Arts Center, on the campus of East Carolina University, where I first was introduced to jewelry fabrication and metalwork. The necklace had also been installed at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Lyndon Street Artworks in Greensboro and The Center for Visual Artists in Greensboro.

Hand formed and fabricated mild steel, enamel, gold leaf.

100 Foot Necklace
       
     
100 Foot Necklace

I created this "necklace" with the intention of installing it in places of personal significance in relation to my growth as an artist. The place which is photographed here is the Leo Jenkins Fine Arts Center, on the campus of East Carolina University, where I first was introduced to jewelry fabrication and metalwork. The necklace had also been installed at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Lyndon Street Artworks in Greensboro and The Center for Visual Artists in Greensboro.

Hand formed and fabricated mild steel, enamel, gold leaf.

100 Foot Necklace
       
     
100 Foot Necklace

I created this "necklace" with the intention of installing it in places of personal significance in relation to my growth as an artist. The place which is photographed here is the Leo Jenkins Fine Arts Center, on the campus of East Carolina University, where I first was introduced to jewelry fabrication and metalwork. The necklace had also been installed at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Lyndon Street Artworks in Greensboro and The Center for Visual Artists in Greensboro.

Hand formed and fabricated mild steel, enamel, gold leaf.

100 Foot Necklace - Blue
       
     
100 Foot Necklace - Blue

I created this "necklace" with the intention of installing it in places of personal significance in relation to my growth as an artist. The place which is photographed here is the Leo Jenkins Fine Arts Center, on the campus of East Carolina University, where I first was introduced to jewelry fabrication and metalwork. The necklace had also been installed at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Lyndon Street Artworks in Greensboro and The Center for Visual Artists in Greensboro.

I painted it blue after my dear mentor and chair of my thesis committee, Andy Dunnill suddenly died the year after I completed my MFA. Andy taught me almost everything I know about sculpture, or rather he gave me the foundation in sculpture from which I have developed and grown. I took for granted the access I had to his knowledge and had assumed I would have years to seek his brutally honest feedback, whenever I needed it. He always thought it should be blue, I agree now that I see it, only I need a better installation shot to prove it.

Hand formed and fabricated mild steel, enamel.