In May, I moved from the Historic Broad St. District to the even more Historic South Main St.
I have always had an urge to try wood scultures. In the building I share with Robert Johnson, an extraordinary furniture maker and owner of the building, I found some offal that resembled half a fish. That stimulated something in my brain to develop a technique to make a fish body that is light and whimsical.
On thing led to another, as it often does, and my work was chosen by Linda Hill, the Art Director of Lebonheur Childrenís Hospital to hang in the lobby of the Childrenís Research Foundation on Dunlap St. in Memhis.
I have posted a few pictures of my latest mobiles. That will be available for sale in a week or so.
My work is currently being offered at The Book Sellers at Laurelwood, the Purple Door on Young East of Cooper, and the St. Maryís Bookstore on Poplar.