In my natural habitat on five acres outside of Ashland, I think of my life as art. Coming here nearly twenty years ago, I began a fresh chapter. I paint, weld and create using parts of old farm equipment, discarded tools and rusted metal. My pieces are one of a kind, and I rarely cut these fragments, but fit them together using my own aesthetic. Often they are whimsical, and sometimes abstract, and in their own beautiful way—make my day!
Five years ago Michael Bianca and I became partners, and his talent, humor, and experience are perfect for what we create together.
We do accept commissions when our vision and the clients have something in common that seems irresistible!
Portland Community College, Maude Kerns Art Center in Eugene, Hanson Howard Gallery in Ashland, Illahe Gallery in Ashland, Rogue Gallery and Art Center in Medford, and Pascal Winery in Ashland. Rogue Community College in Grants Pass. Currently showing (March 2016) at Grizzly Peak Winery in Ashland.