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Monday, May 28, 2012


Homewood Park, Montana is the Lynchy-est place I have ever run across.  Because of this, I have dreamed for years of having a studio in Homewood Park. I am finally making that dream a reality. The main building is up and I am now adding on a pour area that is constructed primarily of steel that once housed the permanent collection at the Yellowstone Art Museum. I am using as much reused material as possible. This proves difficult at times as I would rather use most of it in artwork. There is a lot to do with the new studio and it will most likely be an ongoing project for years to come; I am already planning two more additions. I have settled on a moniker for the place, I have dubbed it Incognito.

With a title like Incognito it really doesn’t seem right to post an image of the place now does it? I will ponder that, but for now, here is a look out the front window.  


The June/July 2012 issue of WESTERN ART AND ARCHITECTURE has an article on my work. Here is a link to the online version.

New work in Park City

New work in Bozeman

Sunday, May 27, 2012


Meet me in Cognito, baby,
Of course we’ll have to color our hair.
The best thing about life in Cognito
Is that everybody’s nobody there.

                              -Tom Robbins


(Those who travel in Cognito
-Their very lives can depend on a hunch.
They eat intuition for breakfast
And sip cold paranoia at lunch.)

                              -Tom Robbins


There, every day’s a surprise.
Where truth tells all the best lies.

                              -Tom Robbins


So do join me in Cognito,
You know that I’ll never tell.
We’ll sneak in the back door of Heaven
And stroll unnoticed through Hell.

                              -Tom Robbins

Persephone Post-Industrial

Along with eight other artists, I was invited to put a sculpture in the new Bozeman Sculpture Park.

My piece in the park is Persephone: Post-Industrial”, cast aluminum, glass, bloodwood and steel.

this is a link to a map of the park and a list of the artists

Saturday, May 26, 2012

metal pour at the Yellowstone Art Museum

I did a public metal pour at the Yellowstone Art Museum. Kim was in town from the Bakken, where he spends most of his time now days, and was able to help. Kim has helped me pour hundreds of pieces and is absolutely the best, the man knows how to handle hot metal. Thank you Kim!

My former sculpture professor from my college days, Brian Cast, stopped by and ended up helping with a pour. It was fun to pour metal again with the guy that introduced me to hot melty stuff!

The Machine

look ma a new post

I have not posted on here for a very long time. It has been a very busy and crazy year, my new saying is “the things I need to do keep getting in the way of the things I need to do.”

However if all time exists simultaneously does it really matter when and in what order I make my posts. 

Saturday, May 14, 2011

The Crazy Mountains

Went to Bozeman Montana the other day to point out the spot that I would like my piece to set in their fantastic new sculpture park. This is an image of the Crazy Mountains on the way back to Billings, they are way full of snow.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Tuesday, April 12, 2011