This year marks 35 years that I have been fortunate enough to create sculpture in Texas. I have worked in all genres, from portrait, memorial, fantasy, mythology, animalia, and monumental, and try to bring a sense of classic style to each. My works are scattered about the country, in private collections, public campuses, and civic institutions.
The medium is bronze, and the method is the ancient art of Cire Perdue, or lost wax bronze casting. In each piece I fashion, I attempt to achieve a timeless quality, because bronze is almost eternal, and may last for thousands of years.