Thursday, November 19, 2009
The PBS station out of Chattanooga, TN was here recently to interview The Alchemist for their show “Southern Accents.” The show airs on the following stations: Tennessee PBS statewide Alabama PBS statewide APT IQ West Virginia PBS statewide WVPBS.2 North Carolina PBS statewide UNC-NC New Jersey Network PBS statewide NJN2 Kentucky PBS statewide – two channels South Carolina statewide - SC Channel Moline, IL- WQPT East Lansing, MI - WKAR Bozeman, MT - KUSM Hershey, PA - PPTN Tampa, Fl – WUSF Houston, TX – digital PBS station. I’ll post the link once the show is on their website.
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Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Selective Cutting Wins One For Me and The Environment
Developers, at times, miss the mark and do not respect the quantum leap between selective vs. clear cutting. As stewards of terra firma, selective is the only way to go to minimize our impact. I transformed a 52" saw blade which I found on one of my interesting junkyard excursion into this work of art which took a ribbon.
Friday, October 2, 2009
The WNC magazine online edition is now available, so you can click on this link to see the Artist Profile article. Here's a sneak peak of Joe Mulligan's amazing photographs.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
The Alchemist Strikes Gold
Good things come to those who wait. The October issue of WNC Magazine just hit the stands and I am thrilled! Why you ask??? Each issue contains an Artist Profile and this month I'm the featured artist. Kiesa Kay, a true wordsmith, interviewed me earlier this year and wrote this outstanding article. Her partner, Joe Mulligan's, cool photos are included.
Saturday, August 22, 2009
THEY'RE DONE !!!
My dear Joyster has been on my case for 2 years to replace the dilapidated wooden railings with a RJB Original. Good thing I listened, her idea hit the mark....again!
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
USA Today Online
I'm so excited! I was interviewed by a writer a week ago about my experience as an artist who has exhibited and sold art in an airport. The article came out today, and includes a photo of my sculpture! I'm still pinching myself about my good fortune. here's the link: http://tinyurl.com/kjfeq3
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Look What Blew into Chicago
Captured Flight landed in Elmhurst at my daughter's newly renovated home. Joyce and I were happy to see my sculpture hanging front and center in their living room. Jen, Jake and our grandchildren Hannah and Will were thrilled with our house warming gift.
Looking Sweet in Sweetwater, TN
Best wishes to Susan Morris and her knowledgeable staff on the re-opening of her expanded gallery in Sweetwater. I'm pleased have my sculpture represented by this gallery.
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Monday, January 12, 2009
This enthusiastic comment from a client on Cape Cod brought a BIG smile to my face! Creating a coffee table using my designs and her vision moved me into a new territory of functional art. The pictures tell the story. The set below is before being powdercoated bronze; above is the completed table in her home.
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