The clients requested there be Irish motifs included in the design. A 36" dia copper fire bowl is used for burning wood.
Granite erratics and cedar were all harvested on Orcas Island
This piece was dedicated to the Lakewood Center in 2020 by Joann & Ed Frankel
This is one of the best specimens of this stone removed from the island in SE Alaska
Troy Leitz, son of Jack & Mary Ann Leitz, contacted me with a specific design in mind. Through Coverall stone in Seattle we were able to accomplish his requests.
Clackamas Community College commissioned this time capsule to be opened in the year 2042. Each granite support stone weighs 2,000 pounds and has a 19" dia chamber for storing the mementos. At the dedication ceremony students and faculty placed items into the chambers. After the ceremony the 2000 pound basalt bench stone was placed on top sealing the items inside.