Bissell

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

Built in my studio in Oregon in several pieces, this modest piece is 5’ deep and 7’ wide. With Swarovski crystal pendants and low voltage incandescent light. A residential chandelier for a private wine cellar, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2008

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Phalen

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

Austerely painted birch bark texture distinguishes this chandelier 13’x7’x5’, Aspen Colorado, 2007

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Hall Vineyard Chandelier

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

The Hall Vineyard Chandelier was the first large, lighted sculpture which required construction in multiple parts. The major boughs were individually wired with connectors at each socket. The armature was built in Bend, Oregon, 2004

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Hall Vineyard Chandelier

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

The Hall Vineyard Chandelier was the first large, lighted sculpture which required construction in multiple parts. The major boughs were individually wired with connectors at each socket. The sculpture was textured and detailed in a temporary facility in Humboldt Co, CA in 2004.

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Hall Vineyard Chandelier

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

The Hall Vineyard Chandelier was the first large, lighted sculpture which required construction in multiple parts. The Hospitality Room at Hall Vineyard, is featured on the cover of “Spectacular Wineries of Napa Valley, 2007
View more images on the Hall Wines website.

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“Sirsasana”

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

In 1996 I was contacted by the conceptual Artist Donald Lipski, to fabricate a sculpture for Grand Central Terminal in NYC. The piece was built in Oregon in 1998 and install in May of 1999. This fabulous sculpture has no lighting on it, rather it is lit from the soffit above and the surrounding walls. Still known as a chandelier it is an upside-down Olive tree with a Gilded root mass. This view is taken from Lexington and E 43rd Street, the sculpture hangs in the International Food Court.

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“Sirsasana”

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

The first of several hanging sculptures which started the series of lighting pieces for Donald Lipski. This sculpture is 25’ across and 13’ deep.
Watch video of the installation on the MTA website!

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Elson Chandelier

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

The first small residential piece to have lighting built-in to the sculpture, this chandelier hangs in a home in Florida. Built in one piece this sculpture is 3’ wide, installed 2000

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The Witness

July 19, 2012 in Painting

Acrylic on Canvas
40″x30″

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The Sentinal

July 19, 2012 in Painting

Oil on Canvas
50”x40”

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