Introducing WS3, my third wall sculpture. This piece features a woven basket of stainless steel cable that leaps off the wall. The basket of cable references my Helium dining table and Convergence coffee table.
The corners of WS3 are milled from solid aluminum. The hardware is turned and polished. This is definitely an exciting addition to my wall sculptures offering.
Acrylic Divergence was shown by Plexi-Craft, my partner in its construction. Coming soon is our new collaboration, Acrylic Argon.
Here is a picture from High Point and a few of the studio shots
I recently made a run of my Barossa Wine Racks and decided to document the construction with video. This gives a nice overview of both the woodworking and metalworking which are the basis for all of my pieces. Mix in a bit of concrete, and we have a three course meal suitable for filming.
The Barossa wine rack is a balance between sculpture and function. it elegantly holds twelve bottles of wine in sculptural opposition. Its concrete base counterbalances the wine allowing for a small footprint.
My September Studio Sale is over. Thanks for making it a great success! This was the first time I have ever done a sale of this nature. To be the first to know about future events, please join my mailing list
Here is what I have currently available at the studio
In stock pieces:
Divergence– as pictured in dyed black Sapele
Zero– as Pictured in white lacquer.
Xenon– as pictured in natural Sapele Mahogany 12″ x 12″ size.
Lithium– in Dyed Black Sapele.
Callisto– as pictured in Sapele Mahogany (SOLD)
Torus in dyed black Sapele
Galway Buffet– as pictured in Maple.
Convergence– as pictured in Sapele Mahogany
Jupiter (SOLD) and Jupiter XL (SOLD) as pictured in dyed black Sapele