2001 - To Present

Works in Marble and stone

 

These sculpted works are sculpted from Italian Marble and other stone typess. Some pieces are currently unavailable for purchase or sold. The artist has offered them for duplication cast bronze for commissionable works in custom sizes. Please contact us for pricing the delivery options.

 

 

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Works in Italian Marble

 

Is works represents a body of work produced over the period of six months in Pietrasanta, IT. Italy. The works were produced individually at a private artists outdoor studio in the mountains above Pietrasanta, IT. All works  produced during this time were sold in a private gallery to private collector in Monte Carlo. The artist has offered to reproduce these pieces upon request as duplicates to the original, both available in stone of any size and bronze.

2001

 

One of several original sketchs on paper for "Untitled"

 

Size - Aprox. 6" x 4"

 

 

Back  Size - Aprox. 22" x 16" x 16"

Front  Size - Aprox. 22" x 16" x 16"

2001

 

Carved Italian Marble

 

Title - "Untitled"

Size - Aprox. 22" x 16" x 16"

 

Original Sold

Private collector in Monte Carlo

 

2001

 

One of several original sketchs on paper for "Cow"

 

Size - Aprox. 6" x 4"

 

 

2001

 

Carved Italian Marble

 

Title - "Cow"

Size - Aprox. 24" x 16" x 6"

 

Original Sold

Private collector in Monte Carlo

 

2001

 

Original sketch on paper for "At Attention"

 

Size - Aprox. 6" x 4"

 

 

Front  Size - Aprox. 24" x 16" x 6"

Back  Size - Aprox. 24" x 16" x 6"

2001

 

Carved Italian Marble

 

Title - "At attention"

Size - Aprox. 24" x 16" x 6"

 

Original Sold

Private collector in Monte Carlo

 

Carved mocketes in stone

Front  Size - Aprox. 4" x 4" x 3"

Back  Size - Aprox. 4" x 4" x 3"

2010

 

Carved Stone

 

Title - "Untitled"

Size - Aprox. Aprox. 4" x 4" x 3"

 

Original Mockette

 

Available for purchase or enlargement

Price: Proced upon request

 

* Multiples are available for a custom bronze casting. Custom patinas also available. Castings are done in Berkeley, California

 

 

Carved mocketes in various italian stone

Front  Size - Aprox. 5" x 4" x 3"

Back  Size - Aprox. 5" x 4" x 3"

2012

 

Carved Italian Alabaster

 

Title - "Untitled"

Size - Aprox. Aprox. 5" x 4" x 3"

 

Original Mockette

 

Available for purchase or enlargement

Price: Proced upon request

 

* Multiples are available for a custom bronze casting. Custom patinas also available. Castings are done in Berkeley, California

 

 

Front  Size - Aprox. 5" x 4" x 3"

Back  Size - Aprox. 5" x 4" x 3"

2012

 

Carved Italian Alabaster

 

Title - "Untitled"

Size - Aprox. Aprox. 5" x 4" x 3"

 

Original Mockette

 

Available for purchase or enlargement

Price: Proced upon request

 

* Multiples are available for a custom bronze casting. Custom patinas also available. Castings are done in Berkeley, California

 

 

2012

 

Carved Italian Marble

 

Title - "Untitled"

Size - Aprox. Aprox. 5" x 4" x 3"

 

Original Mockette

 

Available for purchase or enlargement

Price: Proced upon request

 

* Multiples are available for a custom bronze casting. Custom patinas also available. Castings are done in Berkeley, California

 

 

2001 - Abstract work in Marble, CO - Works in Colorado Yule Marble

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Dimensions 36" x 14" x 14"

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Mid 2001 - Carved Colorado Yule Marble

 

Title - "Complexity Standing"

Size - Approx. 36" x 14" x 14"
Weight is approx. 220 lbs


This piece was created in 15 days during the annual marble carving symposium called Marble/Marble. The piece was carved in the forest amongst the remnants of the discarded parts and pieces of our nation's monuments in Washington DC. The marble material was sourced from the same quarry as the marble used to make the Washington monuments in Marble, CO. 

About Marble/Marble Symposium 

https://www.marbleinst.org/

MARBLE/marble is a place where people of all ages and abilities gather to carve marble in a non-competitive, culturally diverse atmosphere of camaraderie and sharing. Get acquainted with artists from every corner of the globe—from India to Africa, Europe, and Asia while you learn to carve stone under the guidance of top-tier artists and a team of highly skilled support staff.

Symposium participants receive a block of beautiful Colorado Yule marble, a fully-equipped outdoor carving site in a spectacular setting, daily open-forum classes, demos and workshops, and unlimited use of symposium tools. Instructors are available throughout the workshop for one-on-one coaching, helping each participant tailor their own unique approach to stone carving.

Source: https://www.marbleinst.org/

About Marble CO:

In 1930, however, the Yule-Colorado company was awarded the most prestigious marble contract of the time—that of the block for the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. After two failed attempts to quarry a “perfect” block the third try succeeded. This was, at the time, the largest block of marble ever quarried in the world. It then took workers another 4 days to get this 56 ton block of marble down the mountain. The block was loaded onto a rail car and shipped to Vermont for cutting and then to Arlington Cemetery for carving, where it still resides today.

The Yule Marble quarry closed in 1941 as a result of declining demand and the entry of the United States into WWII. Much of the equipment and railroad was scrapped and used in the war effort. The population of Marble continued to decline…down to a population of 1 in the 1950s (schoolteacher Teresa Herman). But the beautiful valley did not remain a ghost town for long, attracting tourists, retirees and even a failed ski area development in the late 1960s and early 1970s. In 1990 the quarry was reopened. For a list of the buildings and monuments using Colorado-Yule marble, please click the following link: www.dfohgfddhojhdd 

Source: http://mcrchamber.org/marble-co/brief-history-marble-be-it-stone-or-town

 

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