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Work in Progress

The process of making a Forest Sculpture often requires that I wait for glue or varnish to dry; therefore, I am always working on several pieces at a time. The following photos are just a few of the pieces I'm currently working on. See all of the currently available Colorado Forest Sculptures at my online store.

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My storeroom of future sculptures, large and small. While I keep a number at my studio, I also consider the entire forest to be my auxiliary storeroom so I can always find a piece of the size and style you need for any spot in your home or office.

My Auxiliary Storeroom of Future SculpturesMy Auxiliary Storeroom of Future Sculptures

My Storeroom of Future SculpturesMy Storeroom of Future Sculptures

Forest UndulationForest Undulation

 

 

This piece of lodepole pine will be over 7 feet tall! It's remarkable doulbe helix form gives it the name "Forest DNA".

 

 

DNA Mounted in base
DNA Mounted in base

Mounted in her base for the first time.

Since DNA is rather top-heavy, she is embedded into her wood base. Here I am cleaning up the epoxy and filler to get it ready for painting.

 

 

Another piece of lodgepole pine - this time a root ball - with a sensuously curved torso and gracefully extended arms - over 4-feet wide. Meet "Dancer".

Dancer
Will be 3ish feet high
with an arm span of over 4 feetDancer Will be 3ish feet high with an arm span of over 4 feet

 

 

The root of a ponderosa pine, this intricately intertwined piece was "Labyrinth". As I worked it, I found many animals in the intricate form so I renamed it "Menagerie".

Menagerie is mounted in her base. This makes it easier to to the finishing work since she is held upright.

I'm putting on the final coats of varnish.

 

 

 

"Fans" are always spectacular and popular. They come from the bottom of the trunk where it splays out to form roots and I mount them upside down. Meet "Ode to Joy". (Hear the song)

First coat of varnish is always spectacular!

Ode to Joy and Menagerie masked off so their bases can be enameled.

 

 

See all of the currently available Colorado Forest Sculptures at my online store!

Colorado Forest Sculpture Online StoreColorado Forest Sculpture Online Store 

 

 

"Letting Nature Speak"