Various Public Works:
V for Victorious
Original In the Artist's Collection
Unique Cast Bronze - 1987
31.5"H x 12"W x 5"D
Installed in 2021
63"H x 21"W x 12"D
Garden Parasol - Variation II
Merced College Learning Resource Center
In 2017, Dr. Susan Walsh selected "Garden Parasol - Variation II"
to donate to the Merced College Library to commemorate both our upcoming retirements after many decades of service to Merced College.
This is a smaller variation of Vessel of the Innocents III in a red patina color.
~ Mercy / UC Davis Cancer Center ~
Vessel of the Spirit
In 2000, Marge McAuley and Family commissioned me to create a sculpture to honor her late husband Robert McAuley to
beautify the entryway atrium of the new 6.8 million dollar Mercy / UC Davis Cancer Center.
Vessel of the Spirit
6'9" x 1'8" x 1'3"
The figure holds a vessel spilling forth a healing elixir.
- Public or Private -
Various works can be enlarged any scale using a laser scanner & 3D printer technology.
- Original in the Artist's Collection
31"H x 13"W x 3"D
Edition of 7 - sold out - in numerous collections world wide.
"Parted II" represents a couple who have separated.
It is the second variation on a similar work called "Parted".
I retain the original ARTIST'S PROOF of PARTED II for future commissions and retrospective exhibitions.
A.P. can be scanned and enlarged to any scale.
- Past, Present, Future -
19" x 8.5" x 3"
Edition of 7 - SOLD OUT
7'4" x 2"10" x 12"
A unique copy was created in 1996 using a CAD (computer-aided design) program attached to a lathe that cut a 7' block of foam and then covered in fiberglass.
Mixed Medium: fiberglass, gelcoat, foam, aluminum, steel, wood, & enamel
The two were first displayed together at the grand opening of the Merced Multicultural Arts Center exhibition in 1996.
The fiberglass foam enlargement is very lite weight, which
makes this MEMORIES ideal for transportation to multiple exhibitions - no forklift needed.
The bronze enlargement is for sale and would mirror
the thin quality of the original piece rather than the
thicker structure of the fiberglass enlargement.
Or it can be enlarged any scale with the aid of a 3D printer.