The Raft of the Medusa Revisited
The Raft of the Medusa Revisited
The Raft of the Medusa Revisited
The Raft of the Medusa Revisited
The Raft of the Medusa Revisited.  The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa.  Sited on and around Palmer Lake.  This was built on site with the help of Grad students from the School of Art and university grounds department.
At the request of an "anonymous" donor, the working theme was a sculpture refereing to events of historical importance. 

Red Moon Rising consists of a series of wood platforms and walkways in a small valley apprpoximately 160 x 75 feet. On three of these platforms steel discs represent different aspects of the moon: Full Moon; New Moon; Red Moon. In the center of the crossing sight lines of the sculpture, a "mythar" or "touchstone" is placed on the central platform. On the last platform a steel chair is positioned to invite the viewer to become participant.

Red Moon Rising
Red Moon
 
River of Knowledge
River of Knowledge. This installation is on the library grounds for the city of Puyallup, Washington. It is constructed of recycled wood and steel covering a space of approximately 5' x 106' x 75'.  The pathway surfaces are inscribed with the names of authors and book titles. The central element is a chair and table with book.  The town is set along a river that defines the character of the town.  The pathways "divide" and "abraid" to mirror the river's silhouette.

River of Knowledge
River of Knowledge
Sentinel. Installation in Bellevue, Washington.

Sentinel
Bernard's Bridge
Bernard's Bridge.  approximately 11' x 4' x 16'. installation at Island Museum of Art, San Juan Island.