Ive thought about creating a catalog of my wood sculpture for some time now, mostly for a pictographic reference. Unfortunately at times I have not been able to get a picture of a fair number of my sculpture, largely because I did not have time to photograph before they slipped out the door to a gallery. That said, these days I am better about getting images of my work and I wanted to list what I do have. In some ways I think it is neat to see the evolution of forms from the earliest things I have made. That is especially the case for some so of my earliest sculpture as I did not have a very good idea of what I was doing at the time.
#1 – Spalted Black Walnut from Chowan County, NC. Gloss Blonde Shellac
#2 – Figured Walnut Crude Teardrop Hollow from Chowan County, NC. Danish Oil
#354 – Two Tone Ultra Gloss Honey Locust Hollow from Chowan County, NC. Ultra Gloss Lacquer
#424 – Natural Flame Box Elder Hollow Form from Edenton, NC. Satin Danish Oil
#457 – Spalted Finished Edge Persimmon Hollow Form from Chatham County, NC. Satin Danish Oil