Posts Tagged: sculptural wall art

“Runes, Book 3”

This is the third mosaic in my “Runes” series. The turquoise-edged tiles show the imprints that are made by using sections of bamboo as printing blocks; they are dipped in paint and stamped onto the surface. This mosaic measures 14 x 30 inches and includes mahogany, poplar, and cedar wood. Here’s the same panel in… Read more »

“Mosaic Wraps” in Wood

I had the idea to create these mosaic “wraps” a few years ago, and had even begun to experiment with cutting “ribbons” from poplar; the ribbons were meant to overlap at a point, and wrap around a deep-panel backing. Well, I finally revisited this idea! I spent much of the Summer working on them and… Read more »

“Space” and “Light” received awards in 2017

LIGHT – 25″ x 25″ / bamboo and poplar, cedar, mahogany blocks Earth’s sunrises and sunsets were the inspiration behind “Light”. Bamboo, with its pale color, is the light source at the center of this work; sliced into thin strips with a knife and assembled into a pattern. Like a sunrise, the light gradually travels… Read more »