Above LEFT is a fiberglass, 9 foot tall image, “Nutcracker” painted by the artist as part of Northwest Center’s and Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Nutcracker March.
Aboveare examples of the 33 steel roses for Wild Rose Run, created in St. Louis. The 55” wide roses changed in the seasons, from a bud, open flower, petals falling and finally, to the remaining pentagon centers attached to the chain-link fence, marking a new Metro-link site.
The Pony sculpture, a 10 foot long fiberglass image painted with attached noses was created for Downtown Seattle Association’s Ponies on Parade.
Top left and right, left below: Steel cut sculpture THREE STAGES OF MAN, babies, midlifers, elders, painted with enamel. Three 6' cones fit over the street lights with two figures hanging below each one. Holes were drilled to let the light shine through. Located at Grand Center, St. Louis, MO. for festival of First Night '99.
Lower right: One example of the four Lizards cut from steel for another festival at Grand Center, St. Louis,MO. '98. FIRE, WATER, EARTH and AIR. (Friend, Courtney Obata stands next to one).
Knob Hog, Pigs on Parade 2007
100 pigs were created for Seattle's Pike Place Market Foundation 100th Anniversary. The Knob Hog has 100 doorknobs and doors, representing the market's many stores. On the chest of the Pig is a view of the old market with the windows looking out to the Pacific Sound. I painted this with enamels to weather the rain. It's location was at 2nd and Steward and then was part of the Auction to benefit the Foundation.