For Tarpon River there are 12 individual wall sculptures spanning a high rise building near downtown Ft. Lauderdale . I chose an abstracted ocean theme. The sizes of the sculptures range from 8-12 feet in length. There are also 4 individual waves incorporated within sculptures.
John Hopkins All Children’s Hospital St. Petersburg
I had the opportunity to create artwork for the hospital to enrich the experience of the children and visitors of the hospital. I created over 35 pieces for the hospital. Some of the artwork included , hearts, butterfly, pelican, balloons and ocean life scene. Outside the building in the children’s play area is a large installation of various sea life and coral. Another, special piece is a group of 3 happy children.
This private collector in Johnsonville, Tennessee commissioned these fifteen foot sculptures to frame his towering American Flag. The sculptures titled “Defenders of the Constitution” portray two figures who proudly display his love of country. The first sculpture includes a figure with it’s hand over its heart. The second sculpture includes the figure saluting the flag with 3 stars within it’s body. God Bless America.
I created this sculpture titled “Rebirth” which includes a large colorful heart and butterfly holding a sphere. This aluminum sculpture is over 10 feet tall and was purchased by the Barrymore Hotel in Downtown Tampa.
Before making its home outside Barry Hotel permentely this sculpture took first place in a sculpture competition “ArtLoud” and was on display for a year in downtown Tampa.
This 15 foot sculpture titled “Louis” was created as a memorial to a special women connected to the Harrison School of the Arts in Lakeland, FL.
This modern sculpture has 3 pillars that resembles 3 figures. The circular top portion of the sculpture shows the 3 figures in an embrace. This symbolizes her profound impact on the lives of those she touched.
Art in State Buildings Sculpture Project Florida Gulf Coast University
Below is a 12 foot modern sculpture I created in 2015. This was part of a series of works I called the Geometric Series. I used a variety of shapes to make various sculptures. The aluminum spheres look as if they are floating in the space.
Tampa Bay Public Art: Epic Gateway Bus Shelter in Pinellas Park
This Public art bus shelter is located outside the Epic Gateway Apartments in Pinellas Park. I created a large bus shelter, with a solar panel, a bench seat, bike rack and garbage can. Inside the bus shelter are two panels with aluminum and enamel art. The windows are made of tempered glass with art printed on UV film. I called this “Summer in the Park”. This bus shelter will make you want to start riding the bus.