INDIAN HEAD                 
Organic Material

Protector of Spirit & Tribe
This piece is about the beauty

and power and resilience of

the Human Spirit.

Protector of those who seek

Truth  and dance in harmony

with all life to the best of their ability.


Gold-Plated Bronze on African Wenge Wenge Wood. 
This transformative

piece radiates gracefully letting go, moving forward, and  transcending to a

new level of awareness.

$50,000. Includes additional marble base.


DANCING BIRD                  
Organic Material from

the shores of Lake Tahoe.
Dancing Bird is bejeweled with sacred Hawaiian shells.

She reminds us to celebrate through dance and lightheartedness and is a
protector of innocence.


Organic Material

Warrior Protector Piece
The figure of a chanting woman with a beaded necklace and a cross at the back of the heart (beneath her headdress feathers) were preexisting in the wood, I simply high-lighted what I saw. She called to me for wings of palmetto, a crown of sacred Hawaiian shells, with Hawaiian beads down her side. Being Native American in origin, I placed an arrowhead at her feet.

She sits perched upon a magnificent totem (not shown).
Protector of family, land & property.



A wall relief piece made from
clay, fiberglass, metal curls frim a drill press, a mop head of hair
from a .  I found the mop wrapped around an old box at a deserted California fruit 
stand in front
of a field of sunflowers. I knew
instantly it was her hair.
She tells the story oppressive forces
and fertile human potential.
Her Prayer is Forgiveness
Protector of Women and children.


Wall relief piece
Warrior Transformative Piece    
Clay, Fiberglass, Wire, Dentures
His Prayer is Self-Forgiveness, Transformation,
& Fearlessness.


Primitive Beastie

Made of palmetto, sweet huck, plaster, paper, & marbles for the eyes. It's prayer is playfullness.

The poem within:

A boat beneath a sunny sky.

"In a Wonderland they lie,
Dreaming as the days go by,
Dreaming as the summers die:

Ever drifting down the stream —
Lingering in the golden gleam —
Life, what is it but a dream?"

- Lewis Carroll