keflex 875

High Cascade Granite
Earths eternal partner captivates our attention full or only a sliver at moonrise.    20″ W x 16″ H     SOLD
Inspired by a trip to Kauai,  Hawaii where it rained 16″ in two weeks and 40″ for the month of March. The waterfalls were in full bloom.  36″ H x 7″ W Currently at Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, Idaho
Carved in Waldron Island sandstone the texture represents raindrops on the ocean surface reflecting on the fin.        32″ H x 16″ W  SOLD
The reality is that it is all the same day,  it is a human perception that there is a “passage” of time. 70″ H x 24″ W   $22,500
In the brief window of time our lives consume we should utilize all the precious moments and live life to the fullest. 72′ H x 32″ W Currently displayed at Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, Idaho
Part of a series these stones work in pairs and align with another stone on a chosen date and time. 80″ H x 18″ W     $15,000
These are the ancient symbols for our local planets. This stone documents the closest alignment of the planets in 6,000 years  5 – 5 – 2000 50″ H x 16″ W      SOLD
Our sun/star is a constant river of light. Part of the Solstice Stone series this stone is set up for Aug 28 at 5:30 pm. 84″ H 22″ W SOLD
Hotun is a Mayan measure of time of 1,800 days. For each Hotun a large stone was erected recording astronomical events.  72″ H x 22″ W   SOLD
Part of the Solstice Stone series using double slices. 72″ H x 28″ W Was displayed at Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum , Idaho SOLD 2013
Inspired by the Humpback Whales off the coast of Hawaii.  Laying on their side and holding their 20′ fin vertical they then slam it down into the ocean. 64″ H x 22″ W  Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum , ID
NW Granite on granite    18″ H x 14″ W  SOLD
The spiral is the most common shape found in nature. This spiral comes over the top and spirals on the other side. 20″ W x 12″ H     SOLD
Part of the Solstice Stone series and currently displayed in downtown Longview, Washington from August 2013 – August 2015 80″ H x 36″ W     $15,000
Using celtic inspired designs and a 36″ diameter copper fire bowl this 2,700 lb. stone is a nice feature on cold evenings.  9′-4″ x 5′- 4″  SOLD
Using polished surface and texture for contrast, reveals different results. 72″ L x 22″ W x 5″      SOLD
While removing an ancient  massive tree stump from a construction site this stone was discovered under the stump.  76″ L x 32″ W x 18″ H    SOLD
In the right setting simple is all that is needed. Getting it there sometimes is not so simple. 100″ L x 18″ W x 5″   SOLD
Birds really do not need to know what time to take a bath but they appreciate it anyway. 28″ dia SOLD
This stone had natural 6 sides so I embellished them. 32″ x 26″ x 12″ H     SOLD
Using different depths in the basin bowls achieved two different pitches of water sound. This overcame the background city noise in the atrium.. Basins – 32″ dia & 30″ H    SOLD
Using the polished surface and texture on the same stone produces different results. 72″ L x 22″ W     SOLD
Using lots of core bits achieved the dramatic texture. Currently on display at the newly relocated Artworks Gallery in downtown Eastsound , Washington. 2013 Texas Limestone      50″ H x 18″ W      $2,500