Monthly Archives: February 2014

In 2003 I began making skulls to use as test tiles/surface experiments for glazes. I found I could experiment as much as I wanted on the skull (in some cases, even ruin completely) by refiring multiple times, applying various layers … read more

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In Joe’s early adult years his work turned toward the intrinsic beauty of pen and ink landscape drawings, having been inspired by 17th century classical landscape paintings and prints.  These landscape and forest portraits are representations of existing scenes on … read more

This page is still under construction, but will feature various sculpted wind instruments.  

This gallery features sculptures that represent figures consumed by their own imaginations.  They are holding onto something mentally.   This internal weight affects how they interact with the world.  Some of them try to conceal themselves; they want to appear as … read more