Equus Ferrus

29″ H x 32″ W x 12″ D

My thoughts on creating Equus Ferus stem from the idea that we all dream of being that roaming wild free spirit. This horse captures the free spirit of a wild horse. 

Amethyst Fire

31″ H x 10″ W x 14″ D

My thoughts on creating Amethyst Fyre:

Use amethyst for everlasting creativity and to calm the emotional heart. Love envelopes everything around us and allows your own to radiate and touch those who need it most. Also, trust in your unique energy to channel your strength and allow yourself to dream awake. Live everyday in love with the universe.


31″ H x 25″ W x 33″ D

My thoughts on the creation of Xanthus came from the story of Achilles’ two famous horses. Xanthus and Balius were the two immortal horses that Poseidon gave to Peleus as a wedding present. The horses were the offspring of Zephyrus, the west wind, (or Zeus) and the Harpy Podarge. They served as chariot horses for Achilles during the Trojan War.


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My thoughts on creating 42 stemmed from Revelations 13:4-5; “The end time beast power will be so powerful that no one will be able to make war with him. He will speak great boastful things and be given the authority to do so for 42 months.” This piece shows the reflection of the fallen angel bowing his head in shame before the Lord and asking his forgiveness by offering back mankind and his treasures.


24″ H x 11″ W x 10″ D

My thoughts on creating Tenez was to tell the story of the origins of the game, tennis. It is believed that it originated in the monastic cloisters (French monks) in France where it quickly became popular with royalty. When returning a ball over the net, the French players shouted, “Tenez,” which roughly translated, means, “Take that!” The English did the same, only “tenez” became “tennis.”


20″ H x 12″ W x 10″ D

My thoughts on the mesmerizing art of aerialists. My wife and I frequently attend Cirque du Soleil acts and enjoy all aspects of the artist within these shows. I have always been drawn to the incredible strength and beauty in those who perform these acts in the air above us.


14″ H x 12″ W x 12″ D

The Art of Capoeira; capturing the story of how slaves developed this martial art by combining the elements of music, dance, and acrobatics to offer them hope in survival once escaped from slavery.


40″ H x 10″ W x 10″ D

My thoughts on my protector and our veiled deity, the exchange of strength between mortal man and his guardian angel. We all hear about the strength our angels give to us in our time of need, but I believe that they need us just as much as we need them.