During the season of Lent we often look to the cross for meaning. Over the years I have made and sold many different types of crosses. In my studio it is probably one of the most popular items for people to buy, when they are looking for a gift to share. One of the crosses
The Eucharist is expresses in the grapes turned into blood and the bread turned into body. Our consumption leads to the fulfillment of the prophets. As we become Christ's body we are healed by grace. This piece was an experiment for me in working with a sheet of copper. I soldered the symbols of wine
Old Testament and New Testament characters dominate this piece with the root of Jesse rising up bringing forth the Savior’s birth. We are led up the mountain of the Lord with our Ancestors who also ascended the mountain of faith to give glory to God. These signs of Community are central to how and where
I am going to share a picture and description of a carving that I completed recently for the 150 anniversary of the School Sisters of Notre Dame arrival in Mankato,MN. The actual date they arrived here was Sept. 3, 1865. The following is the description: The four women on the top part of the carving
This carving creates the atmosphere of Christ on the water calming the storms and inviting others to enter into the net of God’s love. The piece is framed with fish.