I’m almost ready to unveil new, large-scale sculptures! This collection of original pieces reflects Jackson Holeâ€™s unique character and my personal style. I’ve made each one by hand in my Jackson Hole studio. Jen’s going to be chronicling my progress and posting updates on the art while I’m on the road installing. So check back here between now and the end of the year for updates. We’ll let you know when and where I’ll be installing new sculptures!
For now, here’s a sneak-peek at some of my upcoming work:
This elk antler is part of a full elk mount made out of metal screen. It is a work in progress for Vail Mountain. I’ll be in Colorado installing it before Thanksgiving.
This colorful tree man is work in progress for private client in Jackson. He’s all wrapped and ready to go and he’ll be installed while the sun is out this week!
These two deer, a doe and her baby, are a work in progress for Walgreen’s in Jackson. This public art commission was made possible by the Jackson Hole Public Art Initiative and the developer. The finished piece will be installed in December.
This bright yellow mushroom cap will be installed outside of Greg Prugh’s pine box live/work lofts in Jackson.
Stay tuned for more glimpses and progress updates!