Osprey Gift to SMC


History Models


Osprey Gift to PGCC






Natural History Models

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Black Bear cub Bobcat Burrowing Owl California Gull Chipmonk

Cliff Swallows

Deer mouse

Golden Eagle




Prairie Dog Family

Standing Prairie Dog



Red-tailed Hawk

Red-tailed Hawk


Screech Owl

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Swift Fox
Louisiana Waterthrush
Western Fence Lizard
White-tail Deer Fawn
Venus on a half-shell

Above are examples of various Natural History Models created as part of larger exhibits that are displayed in Visitors Centers in various National Parks. All models are sculpted using synthetic materials and are the actual size of the creature they represent.

Each one is included in the Exhibit section, but since they are indeed sculptures, I wanted to include them here for quick reference. If you are interested in the details of the larger exhibits, there will be a link on the enlarged photo to take you to the specific project listed in the Exhibits section.



Osprey Gift to St. Mary's College


This is a variation of the Osprey sculpture I created and donated to PGCC.
The sculpture was commissioned to be presented as a gift to
St. Mary's College in St. Mary's City, Maryland.
The sculpture (approx. 32" x 14" x 14")
is comprised of a solid urethane cast
wi th glass eyes, wood, sand, shells and other polymers.

Along with the pics of the sculpture are the patron and members of the staff at the college.

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Osprey Gift to PGCC


This is a sculpture I created and donated to Prince George's Community College in order to be auctioned off at the Alumni Art Student's Invitational Exhibition to raise money for an Art Alumni Endowed Scholarship.
It was a success.

I made a mold of the body of the bird and will be creating more variations on this theme for sale to the public. I will post it as soon as it is finished. The sculpture (approximately 33" x 14" x 19") is comprised of a solid polyurethane cast with glass eyes, wood, sand, shells, and other polymers.

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Pudge at the Birchmere

This is the life sized portrait / sculpture of Pudge hanging out in his pool hall. Gary wanted me to make a 3-D cartoon character that kind of resembled his long-time friend. I guess I got carried away with the resemble aspect and less so with the cartoon part. The sculpture is a combination of paper mache`, plaster, polystyrene, paint, and thrift store.

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"Venus on a half-shell"

Hand-made, hand-painted, reinforced plaster cast.

11"H x 9"W x 1" D


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