Mr Wright contacted me through a local gallery.  He noticed the Offerings installations and wanted to commission me to do one for him.  He delivered his own tree round to my studio and simply told me to do something on it. He liked the flower idea so that is what I did.  I have to…

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This is a custom commission for a client who learned of my work from the Offerings To The Wind Project.  As it turns out, he is also a neighbor of mind living in Lake Marcel.  He commissioned it for his wife who is an avid gardener and Scottish.  I have never met her but It…

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I just confirmed with Jake Senuik, Director of the Port Angeles Fine Art Center, that I will be doing a series of Offerings installations in Websters Woods on the grounds of the Art Center for the Art Outside Exhibition.  I will be heading to Port Angeles next week to scout the Woods and develop a…

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This is a note that someone sent to me expressing her appreciation for the Offerings Project.  The specific installation that she is referring to is “Meadow” located in McCormick Park in Duvall.  It is very moving to receive comments like this that express such heartfelt gratitude for art in their community.  I was not really…

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Thanks to some funding from a couple of local art organizations I am able to continue with some of the Offerings installations. The Duvall Cultural Commission and the Cascade Arts and Culture Council have provided some support for the Offerings Project with a stipend to purchase supplies and materials.  These two organizations are the driving…

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This is the latest installation on Hwy 203 near Fay Road.  I have often used "drops" in my work to represent rain or the movement of water.  In this case it loosely symbolizes the the "watershed"…Rains and snow melt moving down from the highlands to the Valley by stream and rivers coursing through the landscape…

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This piece is installed in my neighborhood in the small community of Lake Marcel.  There were many trees that came down during the storm.  Most of them have been completely removed due to hazard or development of the properties.  However, this particular site is near a creek which makes it ineligible for development.  I actually…

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This is the replacement for the removed “Thunderbird”.  Just as the Thunderbird paid homage to the Native American history of the area so does the “Seeds” installation.  This site as about 8 feet off the  ground so when Thunderbird was taken it required some effort.  However, because it sounds like the “perps” were caught in…

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