Infinite Endings is an orange alabaster sculpture shaped into a broken infinity symbol.
6.5″ x 12″ x 5″
It was accepted into the Student Show at the Woodbury Art Museum and will be on display March 24-April 25, 2015.
Infinite Beginnings is red raspberry alabaster formed into an abstracted infinity symbol. One of the pieces is broken in two. Is it coming together or pulling apart?
The stone was originally 100 lbs and is now 8.5 lbs.
It was accepted into the Student Show at the Woodbury Art Museum and will be on display March 25-April 26, 2014.
“Ebullient” is a double and inverse candle holder made of translucent orange alabaster with white, clear, and clay spots. A color-changing LED goes in the bottom and a flameless tea light candle goes in the top. Click the image to view more.
Harbinger, one that presages or foreshadows what is to come . Translucent orange alabaster sculpture shaped into an abstract face.
Morpheus, the god of dream or sleep. Translucent orange alabaster sculpture shaped into a goblet, chalice, or cup.
Here are a few new stone sculptures. They are all translucent orange (salmon) alabaster. The candle holders look brilliant with the flameless LED candles. The stone glows a vibrant orange and red. They are all one of a kind. Sculptures are for sale at Farr Out Fine Art. Also, like my art on Facebook to see every time a new beautiful piece is finished.