Did you know that in 1991, Rolling Stone magazine said that Aoxomoxoa was the 8th best album cover, ever? I did not know that. But I can see why. When it comes to finding projects on wood to do, I want to find something that challenges my abilities and creativity. With wood, it isn't just... Continue Reading →
After the success of my Titanic project, I dove right into my next project, this time a battleship. Fueled by that success and an urge to push myself, I set out on the USS North Carolina. But as time went on, I felt myself losing my drive for creation. The battleship slipped in the abyss.... Continue Reading →
I am really excited how this is coming out! What do you think? Does the wood work give justice to the cover?Ever work in wood? And as an artist, do you share progress on your work or do you only reveal upon completion?
The Division Bell, made a new for a client. Take a look at the journey, from just a carving to the finished product!
I am going back to my roots. As you might know, my work first started back in the late 80’s using wood as a medium, in many instances making three dimensional paintings using a router and other carving tools to give depth to my work. I have recently sold some of my original pieces, the 3-D... Continue Reading →