Monthly Archives: May 2015

Sheet Metal is No Fun At All

This started as a fun project – making a double-sided sign for a friend’s church inside an antique wagon tire he found while mountain biking in the forest (Shhh – don’t tell the US Forest Service). The idea was to use 16 … Continue reading

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Steel & Bones

I’ve been collaborating lately with Drea Shelton on some pieces that incorporate her excellent work with bones & my steel. It’s been fun, and I think the start of something very cool & interesting. A Pronghorn skull for her – … Continue reading

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East Jesus

At the urging of my friends Royce & Nita Carlson, I’ve made the trip out to East Jesus in Slab City, California twice this year. It’s a very special place, with its own close-knit community & culture, and some fantastic … Continue reading

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Knock Knock, Who’s There?

One of my favorite projects of the past couple of years is a series of door knockers that started with a commission from a friend at The Ducati Monster Forum (enjoy one of my favorite DMF threads here, the Crafty Basterds … Continue reading

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