Flight, 2013 Silicon Bronze and Steel, 16" w x 12" t x 8" d
This is the original "Flight" sculpture. It was formed in wax and part of the base is fabricated in steel. From this sculpture, a mold was taken. An edition of 35 silicon bronze sculptures is available. It is silly... fight or flight? Road runners really don't fly. Are they leaving? Road runners eat lizards. There is water. Are these animals fleeing the desert because of a flash flood? One of the purposes of creating this sculpture was to create a paradox to breakdown dualistic thinking. Dualistic thinking would focus on the battle between the lizard and the roadrunner, predator and prey. It would be a fight or flight battle. The hope is to overload the analytical left brain so that the right brain is free to dream or contemplate the relationship.
New Series of Silicon Bronze Sculptures
Lizard unchanged from the mold
I am very excited to share my new series of bronze lizard sculptures. Each Lizard starts out in wax, pulled from the same rubber mold. While the wax is still warm, each unique quality is formed into the individual. Then accessories are formed in wax and the piece continues in the process untill it is finished
in a tradtional semi-transparent patina. Unchanged each lizard would look like this picture to the left. Click on the picture to see the collection.
This Wandering Tortoise is a strong symbol of time, space and life.
It is a limited edition of 50 bronze castings modeled from clay. It is 3" tall by 5" wide and 6" long, Completed in 2013.