Monday, November 15, 2010

New Installation brings Happiness

Both the customer and The Alchemist were smiling once the sculpture was installed in their entryway. 

This is the first residential installation of a 47" Captured Flight.  Previously, one was purchased by Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital and two others are currently in sculpture exhibits; one in Boston and the other in Pennsylvania

Friday, October 8, 2010

Wind Through The Trees

The Jenkins Arborteum and Gardens in Devon, PA threw a beautiful open house for over 350 guests. My sculpture "Captured Flight" was sited perfectly for this exhibition which will run through June, 2011. Our hosts, Marilyn Sifford and Bob Butera made our stay in the "City of Brotherly Love" very enjoyable. On Sunday we joined them at the Barnes Museum to view the most amazing collection of Impressionist art we've ever seen.

Monday, September 13, 2010

"Neighbors" made friends in Lenoir, NC

...My new sculpture "Neighbors" was well received at the 25th Sculpture Celebration which opened on 9/11 in Lenoir. I was gratified by the wonderful comments and the connection I felt with those attending this exhibit. This is a maquette (sculptor’s small preliminary model) for a 20’ tall sculpture and the first in a series I am creating which deals with “Man’s Inhumanity to Man." I used 1/4" stainless for the Star of David, brass for the Crescent Moon and copper for the Cross. My goal is to find a home for the full sized sculpture where it can be viewed by a diverse population.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Banned in Boston??? NOT

Even though the weather was a typical Spring day in Boston, it didn't "rain on my parade". The location of my sculptures was perfecto! We had a nice turnout of family, friends, and art lovers for the opening event of the Boston HarborArts International Exhibit.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

The Public Has a Right to Know

Karen Elliot and her "Southern Accents" crew did a wonderful job creating
this segment
which is now airing on PBS affiliates not only in this region, but as far as Montana in the West and PA in the East. In a short period of time, they included a lot of information (about ME, ME, ME - The Alchemist)
as well as many photos of my sculptures.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

LOOK who rolled into Salisbury, NC

Last week Joyce & I attended the opening of Salisbury's 2010 Sculpture Show "Discover What's Outside" A Toy for Sisyphus can be discovered in this great location! More photos and info on this exhibit appeared in

Sunday, February 28, 2010


"I love this sculpture. The artist wrought magic, making metal look almost like lace."

This is part of an article written by Chip Womick in the March issue of Our State Magazine about the new terrain of Asheboro.

The only sculpture pictured was ..... you guessed...MINE! Once again "Circulus" strikes gold.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

The Alchemist was Scene on 7

Last night Channel 7 News aired a segment called COOL JOBS during the "Scene on 7" show. Don't fret if you missed it, you can still see it live...sort following the link! Pretty awesome to have such a cooool job. Jamarcus did an amazing job on this piece, truly a reporter who is going places.