Metal's illusion - soft waving bull kelp and tender jelly fish move in the gentle waves of the Georgia Strait. The dichotomy of hard and soft combine to form a stunning sculpture.
Minute fissures in the earth's crust held a special seed. Over the millennia, the stone tree sprouted and pushed its way through to the surface. Its twisted branches bear scars of the struggle, and its stone canopy was proof against the harsh conditions of its stubborn existence. The "branches" are forged from metal, and the "canopy" is polished granite.
WINDSWEPT TREE RAILING
TAKING FLIGHT - Medium: Mild steel and copper, 9' 6" tall. Was on display in downtown Nanaimo, BC and now SOLD.