Come Swim With Me

“Come Swim With Me” is an Orca Family with attitude! Brazillian soapstone with granite base, approximately 14″ long and 12″ high. View the 360 degree video at “Come Swim With Me

SOLD


Orca Family

 

“Orca Family” is carved from Kisi Stone from Africa. The contours of the whales invite touch, and the shape of the whales tails are classic! The beautiful maple wood burl base are a beautiful organic touch to the overall sculpture. It is 15″ long x 14″ high x 9 ” wide. View the 360 degree video of the sculpture at “Orca Family

$3000


Loosen your Hijab

 

“Loosen Your Hijab” is lovely honey coloured onyx mounted on a fragrant cedar platform. It 8″ high x 4″ wide x 6″ deep. Click on “Loosen Your Hijab” to view the 360 degree video. Call 604 536 7324 to view the sculupture

SOLD


Navajo Rock

 

 

“Navajo Rock” is made from sandstone typical of southern Utah and commemorates the Navajo Native American Peoples of the region.

Private Collection


Shadowmane and Whisper

 

 

“Shadowmane and Whisper” is a private commission representing totem animals horse and owl. The collector is also a fan of the “steam punk” genre and they both wear goggles and the piece is resting on a saw blade. It was so much fun to sculpt this from a 200lb block of Texas Limestone.

SOLD


Beluga Family 2

 

 

“Beluga Family 2″ is 16″long x 8″deep x 15” high and is white alabaster. The family continues the theme reflecting the loss of two beluga whales at the Vancouver Aquarium recently. This was a technically challenging work but the theme is also very emotional.

Click on “Beluga Family 2” to view the 360 degree video or call 604 536 7324 to view.

$3000


Torso, Blowin’ in the Wind

 

 

“Torso, Blowin’ in the Wind” is white alabaster with a granite base. It’s a whimsical rendering inspired by my research to learn more about the history and technique of carving cloth and drapery.

$500


Black Orca

 

 

“Black Orca” is a representational sculpture of an “Killer Whale” or Orca. It is rendered in four dimensions: in 3D the dynamic pose is enhanced with a fourth dimension of formline inspired design. It is 12″ h x 11″w x 7″d. It is pyrophilite stone with a granite base. It was honoured by the Richmond Carving Society at its 28th annual juried show and sale held May 26-28, 2017 with top honours for it’s division in the Canada 150 category.

“Black Orca” can be seen in all 4 dimensions by clicking “here”

$2200


Beluga Family

 

 

 

Aurora and Quila sadly died at the Vancouver Aquarium. We visited them many times beginning when our children were infants. “Beluga Family” is of Carrara marble, from the same Italian quarries as the great renaissance master drew their stone. They are 14″ long and 9″ high including the granite base.

Click on “Beluga Family” to view the 360 degree video or call 604 536 7324 to view.

$3500


Sleeping Beauty

 

 

“Sleeping Beauty” is dreaming and came to me in a dream! is 14″h x 12″w x 9″d. She is made from Brazilian soapstone

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$1245


Torso #1

 

 

A robust torso representational sculpture of Brazilian soapstone, she is 13″h x 7″w x 7″d. My most common comment is: what was  your inspiration for this work!  😉

Click on “Torso #1” or call 604 536 7324 to view

$700


Little Chickees

 

 

“Chickees” are various sizes and poses 2″h – 4″h and are handcrafted from Brazilian soapstone. They have their own individual personalities, and each is one of a kind.

call 604 536 7324 to view

$85 – $145 (set of 3, $295)


Torso #2

 

 

I love figurative carving. Every human body is perfect is it’s own way. Made from Idaho limestone, she is 12″h x 5″w x 5″d

call 604 536 7324 to view

$300


Little Brown Bear

 

 

This cute little brown bear is 4″ tall, made from Brazillian soapstone

call 604 536 7324 to view

$145


Embracing Orcas

 

 

The “Embracing Orcas” were inspired by my families sailing encounters with Orca’s and photographs of pods in their natural environment. Carved from a single piece of Idaho limestone they are 13″h x 9″w x 8″ d with a granite base.

A 360 degree video can be viewed by clicking on “Embracing Orcas”

or by calling 604 536 7324

$2500

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