Thursday, September 15, 2011

nature and art dance sometimes

We have been looking out the kitchen window at this seen for at least a month now. What a successfull dance of sculpture and three hydrangia . Our Friend John Trainor gave the three bushes to us this spring . I don't know the nane of them but they look good at all stages of bloom so far. The sculpture is called Cirque Royal. Each of the swirols of white is a crown of a dead king or queen.

Friday, September 2, 2011

Other worldly

Where in the world is this? And what is that two leged thing?
That is what a new inviorment can do to an old familier sculpture. It's Hello and it's at home in Southbury,CT.
Could be in an African country!

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Our Home

There on the left is the drive way and the door mat and the door is right around the corner of the house. This is the second placement and the sculpture is called Quartz Night. It is equiped with solar lights that illuminates the key hole when we return at night. There is an out door light around the corner but it's not working. The Solution search leads me to new places. Not allways optimal but entertaining.

Our Home

The first sculpture placement was selected by my partner Rita as the amount of space we now can work with over whelmed me. This one is called Paramount. It is about 15 years old and at the time I was fasinated with how every thing is made of pieces. It's one thing to know it's true but to be fastenated by that realization is something else. I'm still as fasinated. Are you?

Heres a long view of some of the atmosphere to work with. In the back ground is my studio and between is a pile of dismanteled sculpture.stones and quartz rock all of which will eventually be brought into various forms. Yes alot of pieces scattered about!

The forrest of spruce and the table legs have a good conversation between them.

Thursday, April 14, 2011


Hi to any one who hasnt seen me post in a long time. Thanks for checking in now and then. Rita and I bought this beautifull place and it had absorbed most of my time. Rita has a blog now that is linked above. It is full of new things and discoveries. Un like me she has a way with words and conversation. I hope you find it as entertaining as I do. I'll get back to blogging but not now. Having fun amidst all that is happening in the world is a pleasure that has it's own unique place and can't be taken lightly.

Thursday, January 13, 2011


We found an old chicken coop turned into a home back in 1950.
We bought it and now live here. This image is what we saw back in august around 7:30 in the evening.
This will be our 4th night sleeping here and there is 26" of snow on the ground.
                                 This view is from the studio looking at a small barn in between.

                             From the above image,turn around and this is what you would have seen .
                               I know it has great potential as a studio.