COMMISSIONS & PUBLIC WORKS
Funded by a special dispensation from the Utah Department Of Wildlife through the Utah Public Art Program; Eccles Wildlife Education Center at Farmington Bay in Utah
Wetlands is a bronze sculpture of an Ibis merged with a floodgate, referencing ancient Egyptian Ibis sculptures of the god Thoth. Wetlands honors Department of Wildlife Resources’ efforts to conserve the finite water resources to the Jordan River’s delta into Farmington Bay, standing as a signifier of human impacts and our local responsibility to actively engage in conservation.
2017 Bonneville Tributary
Colmena Group; Wilmington Plaza; 1201 Wilmington Avenue, Salt Lake City, Utah
A series of 6 bronze sculptures of Bonneville Cutthroat trout swimming in two pairs through hoops allegorical of a river, and two single trout.
2014 Bonneville Reliquary Bend
Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City: Sugar HouseMonument Plaza, 1100 East 2100 South, Salt Lake City, Utah
A series of ten bronze sculptures of Bonneville Cutthroat trout swimming through hoops allegorical of a river running through Sugar House Monument Plaza.
2010 Salt In Suspension
SaltLake County Arts Council: Herriman Library, 5380 West Herriman Main St.,Herriman, UT
A monumental mobile, Weight In Salt, hung in the entry/atrium created from steel, salt block, and salt stone with inlaid LED programmable lights (35’x15’x25’), and three wall hanging forms, WordsWithout Meaning,created from salt, with inscribed text, and internal LED lighting (3.5’x 4’ x4”ea).
2010 Gambel’s Quail SK8
Salt Lake City Arts Council: Ione Davis Park,950 South 1980 East, Salt Lake City, UT
A covey of nine Gambel’s quail in bronze with the monumental adult buck and hen each on roller skates with seven chicks stacked in pairs on their backs. An additional buck quail on a skate with a single chick rolls through the opposite end of the park.
2008 Bonneville Reliquary Upstream
Salt Lake City Arts Council: Sugar House BusinessDistrict, 1300 East 2100 South, Salt Lake City, UT
A series of five bronze sculptures of Bonneville Cutthroat trout swimming through hoops allegorical of a river and marking theSugar House Business District’s east boundary.2006 FlyingFish
SaltLake City Arts Council: FlyingObjects 1.0, Salt Lake City, UT
A bronze sculpture of a Betta fish with two human arms each holding large stainless steel feathers (7’x 5’x 8’). The work rotated through three downtown locations over the course of three years. The work was purchased for permanent installation in 2012 by the Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City.
2005 Bonneville Reliquary
Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City: SugarHouse District, 2100 S. 1040 E, Salt Lake City, UT
A series of five monumental outdoor bronze sculptures of Bonneville Cutthroat trout swimming through hoops, which are allegorical of a river, and two low relief medallions.
Salt LakeCounty Arts Council: Draper Public Library, 1136 Pioneer Road, Draper, UT
Three hens and a rooster are perched upon individual Victorian houses around the library’s exterior. Inside the library are a series of ‘chick and egg’ sculptures: a chick standing atop a stack of twelve Emu eggs; twelve small eggs and a chick upon a shelf of old barn wood aside the fireplace; and on the opposite side of the fireplace, twelve chicks and one egg. All of the forms are cast in bronze.
SaltLake City Arts Council: Pioneer Police Precinct, 1040 West 700 South, Salt LakeCity, UT
A series of five abstract geometric sculptures explore the Golden Section in relationship to the Mayan Calendar and derive societal law from a foundation of natural law. An outdoor abstract form in cast bronze and stainless steel (20' tall x 7' diameter) relates formally to four indoor works in cast bronze and exotic hardwoods (lobby form and three hallway forms, 7' diameter each.
2002 Orpheus & Eurydice
Marcia& John Price Family Foundation: Utah Symphony & Opera ProductionCenter, 336 North 400 West, SLC, UT
Four sculptures. The defining 2/3-life figures represent the moment Orpheus looks back to Eurydice, losing her to Dis. Two partial figures merge the defining figures, integrated with an outdoor fountain.
2015 Springville Museum 91st Spring Salon Springville Museum ofArt, Springville, UT
2014 30 Years at Finch Lane Galleries: A Retrospective Finch LaneGallery, 54 Finch Lane, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
2012 Springville Museum 88th Spring Salon Springville Museum ofArt, Springville, UT
2006 Faculty Exhibition, Westminster College Jewett Center for the Performing Arts, Salt Lake City, UT
2006 TheFace of Utah Sculpture UtahCultural Celebration Center, West Valley City, UT
2006 Springville Museum 82nd Spring Salon - Merit Award Springville Museum ofArt, Springville, UT
2004 Poor Yoric Studios (annual group exhibitions through 2006) 530 West 700 South, Salt Lake City, UT
2002 Faculty Exhibition,Department of Art & Art History, University of Utah Gittins Gallery, University of Utah, SLC, UT
2001 Faculty Exhibition,Department of Art & Art History, University of Utah Gittins Gallery, University of Utah, SLC, UT
2001 Distinguished Alumni Art Invitational, Department of Art & ArtHistory, University of Utah
2001 Portraiture Exhibit Gittins Gallery, University of Utah, SLC, UT
2001 MFAThesis Exhibition, Department of Art & Art History, University of Utah Gittins Gallery, University of Utah, SLC, UT
2001 UtahMuseum of Fine Arts Peripheral to Rodin exhibit via UMFA Educational Department, SLC, UT
2000 Utah Intercollegiate Art Exhibition 2000 Juried Exhibition, Weber State University, Ogden, UT
2000 Sundance Young Contemporaries 2000 Juried Exhibition, Sundance Resort, UT
2000 Kinderfresser Solo Exhibition, Gittins Gallery, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
2001 MFA,Sculpture University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
1994 Teacher Certification: Art K-12 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
1991 BFA, Sculpture: Cum Laude Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, Colorado