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Wildlife Bronze Sculpture/Jewelry
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This piece is a collection of life forms that are all very temporary in nature, either in life span or in their stages of transition. The flower has found a way to thrive amidst the red rocks in a small patch of soil, and has become a gathering place for other life.
"Ascension" is an attempt to express the delicate and changing balance of nature. Two Spotted Eagle rays ascend, spiraling towards the surface tails entwined around an abstracted whip coral structure. Ascensions' composition also attempts to convey the inter-dependence of nature. The sculptures structural strength relies on the balance of the minimalist elements.
Flight of the RibbonTail
A Blue Spotted Ribbon-tail ray cruises a section of reef looking for an easy meal. A hidden crafty crab thwarts his efforts.
"Bloom" is a fantasy piece about the sea for me, it is about uninhibited free association and taking chances.
Conflicting Interests
This piece about protection of life and the irony of survival to me. A mother dolphin protects her young from a mother octopus who is protecting her young, tucked behind a coral structure resembling a human hand.This piece won first place in sculpture and scrimshaw at the 33rd annual Miniature Art Society of Florida international art show and competition.
This piece represents a feeding manta ray emerging from a base of some related species.
Brothers in Arms
A tiny section of reef can house hundreds of different species. This pen set represents a section of reef where three vastly different "armed" species meet.
Kelp Dreams
This piece comes from memories of watching an Orca "study" us one afternoon in Southeast Alaska. The interaction went on for almost an hour. The experience was surreal to me. Orca in the wild can be seen rubbing against all sorts of textures, pebbles, Kelp etc.
Giant Squid pendant
This Giant squid can be worn as a pendant or made into a broach upon request. available in either sterling silver or bronze. Will be set with 2 lab grown rubies unless otherwise requested. Weighs 1 full ounce. Chain sold separately. Allow 3 to 6 weeks for delivery.
Baby octopus pendant
This detailed tiny Octopus is about the size of a penny, two of its arms entwine to form a loop for a chain. This Octopus can also be made into earrings or a tie tack upon request. Bronze pendant shown. Chain sold separately. Allow 3 to 6 weeks for delivery.
Octo Ring
Octopus holds a precious stone (ruby or sapphire), the band is two entwined tentacles. Size seven. Allow 3 to 6 weeks for delivery.
Butterfly ring
This ring is size seven (though I have been able to size it to 9.5) and will be set with four lab grown rubies unless otherwise requested.
Butterfly pendant
Same butterfly from ring, large jump ring soldered to top of butterfly. Shown with four amethyst, Usually set with four lab grown rubies unless otherwise requested.
Squid lover earrings
These delicate squids dangle from entwined tentacles that form a heart in the primary view. Allow 3 to 6 weeks for delivery.
Squid lovers pendant
Made from Squid lovers earring, Allow 3 to 6 weeks for delivery.
Spotted Eagle ray pendant
Spotted eagle ray pendant. Highly detailed eyes, mouth and gills. The tail wraps around into a loop that the chain passes through. Chain sold separately. Allow 3 to 6 weeks for delivery.
silver chains for jewelry
18" silver chains for pendants
Fluidbronze Goblet
Can stand on its own or be inverted to form a pedestal base for smaller sculpture. Allow 3 to 6 weeks for delivery.

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1209 Eagle Drive
Prescott, Arizona
USA 86305
Tel: 928.771.9631
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