Although I’ve written a post about why Michelle and I are working and travelling abroad for a year, here is a visual recap for you. This was recorded in our rental car, driving across the plains of USA, enroute to New York City to board the Queen Mary 2 for our trans-Atlantic crossing.
My latest public art commission for one of Vancity Savings Credit Union’s new branches in Vancouver, BC, Canada is progressing nicely. I have introduced an assistant to help me with the carving of this granite sculpture commission, and the assistant is […]Read More »
December 8, 2017 marked the final End of an Era for me at my old studio location in Moodyville, North Vancouver, BC, Canada. I’ve moved out all my raw materials and all my tools and equipment. I wrote earlier this year […]Read More »
My new gallery and studio that is being built in Squamish is progressing nicely. It is one of eight units in a new light industrial complex.
The exterior front entrance is almost complete with wooden awning and lighting (upper left). They are building […]Read More »
The next step for me on my virtual sculpting path is to have a CNC robot carve one of my 3D ZBrush compositions. My friend and colleague, Carl Nelson invited me to send him one of my virtual sculptures […]Read More »
I’ve been teaching myself ZBrush, a virtual sculpting program on my computer. I’m finding it very challenging, as the program is extremely powerful, which translates to a steep learning curve!
I posted some of my doodles a while back, but now I’ve created three files that I have had made into 3D prints. These are plastic sculptures […]Read More »
I have been invited to the Northwest Stone Sculptors Association Suttle Lake Symposium in Oregon this summer to be a mentor on the field for a few days. I will also give a presentation on my discoveries in the 3D virtual world of ZBrush. This year’s Symposium will run Aug. 20 […]Read More »
My new digs of studio and gallery in Squamish, BC, Canada is taking shape. My realtor and I made a site visit a few weeks ago and found the footings and foundations were finished.
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I have agreed to teach a soapstone carving workshop through the North Vancouver Community Arts Council (NVCAC) in February 2017.
The workshop is open to adults and youth and will run Tuesday evenings, Feb. 7, 14 & 21 from 7 – 9pm […]Read More »
I lead another stone carving workshop at the Shuswap School of Carving and Arts in Sorrento, BC last week. The Shuswap Carvers Society runs the School, each year held at the Sorrento Centre […]Read More »