Sculptures in Stone
I find myself drawn to the enduring age-old quality of stone. It is both a pleasure to complete a work in stone, but also an exhaustive, challenging process. I work primarily in alabaster and soap stones. The level of detail can be very rewarding.   
an exhibit at USFW

an exhibit at USFW

exhibiting at the USFW in Hadley, MA

three arctic foxes in sun

three arctic foxes in sun

White alabaster stone 12 in long by 7 inches high by 4 inches wide

back side of three arctic foxes

back side of three arctic foxes

Sisters Greeting

Sisters Greeting

pink alabaster - bears greeting one another after hibernation with cub

Sisters Greeting - alabaster

Sisters Greeting - alabaster

pink alabaster - 12 L x 8 W 7 D. shown here at Lovell Hall Interiors, Portland ME

Galapagos Booby bird with chick

Galapagos Booby bird with chick

green soap stone. a tribute to the birds of my 1980 visit to the Galapagos Islands

Cat grooming on wall

Cat grooming on wall

white alabaster

Inuit kayker hunting narwhal

Inuit kayker hunting narwhal

black/green Canadian soapstone. Narwhal tusk, paddle and spear are made of whale bone

Inuit kayker - long view

Inuit kayker - long view

Sleeping bull walrus

Sleeping bull walrus

green soapstone, bull walrus with deer antler tusks

Inuit Hunter with Seal

Inuit Hunter with Seal

green/brown Canadian soapstone. Inuit hunter is struggling to carry seal because his line snapped

Inuit hunter's face

Inuit hunter's face

hunter's spear is made of whale bone

Melting ice - marble

Melting ice - marble

polar bear cubs struggle to hold on to mother as she slips off ice sheet

Inuit hunter's face

hunter's spear is made of whale bone