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"Birds"             Forged and welded steel           22 in. high
 
maq21
"Urban Arch No. 2"                      Cast bronze                14 in. high
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"Truncated Plant"                        Cast bronze                11 in. wide
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"Sea Form No. 1"               Forged and welded steel      15 in. high
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"Sea Form No. 3"           Forged and welded steel        15 in. high 
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"Sea Form No. 4"      Forged and welded steel               6 in. high 
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Wooden support structure under round glass top table                   30 in. diameter 
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Pencil working drawing for the table shown above
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Photo of sculptor reviewing his completed
work "Seabird"
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"Seabird"         Welded steel           16 in. high
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"Sea Form No. 5"       Forged and welded steel              6 in. high
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"Sea From No. 6" Forged and welded steel 7 in. high
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"Abandoned Pueblo"                    Cast bronze                8 in. high
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Study for fountain                        Bronze                       5 in. high
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"Lyrical Animation"                      Cast bronze                 9 in. high
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"Seed Pod"                                  Cast bronze              18 in. long
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"Erose No. 1"       Cast bronze     6 in. high
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"Arched Botannic"    Cast bronze        7 in. high
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"Four-way"                     Cast bronze               10 in. high
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"Emergence"            Cast bronze       18 in. high with walnut base
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"Rock Flower"     Welded steel and glass    10 in. high
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"Rock Flower"     Welded steel and glass    10 in. high
Rock Flower

"While trout fishing on the Little Horn River in Wyoming, I was descending a narrow trail through huge boulders down to the river's edge. Suddenly at eye level on my right, one foot from my face, a small delicate flower extending from the sheer side of a house-size boulder caught my attention and stopped me dead in my tracks. I slowly became lost in wonderment of this small being in its full-flowering splendor living its fated cycle while offering itself as if the whole world could feel its rhythms but was moved not by my presence -- a fragile passing flower, thriving on the invitation from its mountainous boulder campanion to come and linger in its protective crevice. Dramatic disparate forms at the river's edge embraced in knowing harmony. The sculpture Rock Flower was made directly upon my return to the studio - without preliminary sketches."
"Portrait of Santa Fe"              Cast bronze                   14 in. high
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"Blomst"                 Forged and welded steel                18 in. high
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"Seven Fruits of the Spirit" Copper phos/copper 24 in. high by 60 in. long
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"Phoenix" Forged and welded steel 30 in. high by 60 in. long
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"Forest Tracks" Cast bronze 20 in. high by 13 in. wide
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