Public Works: Mural and  Sculpture

 

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SteamPunk Springfield


Steam Punk sculpture of an automaton Ted Shawn dancer created for the Steampunk Springfield group art show, which was held at the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum in Springfield, MA, March 22nd, 2014 through September 28th, 2014.

 

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Turners Falls Crosswalk


The design was created for the Turners Falls RiverCulture. It depicted seven fish, native to that part of the Connecticut River. They "swam" within a filmstrip framework, which tied into the town's history, that has included a movie theater and the Hallmark School of Photography. Measuring at 6 x16 feet, it was painted on the ground during the summer of 2012. Unfortunately, a very harsh winter followed, with heavy snows, ice, and constant plowing, which obliterated most of the work. These photos are all that is left. My biggest regret, is it was not around long enough to get a Google Earth shot of it.

 

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Easthampton Bear Fest:
Steampunk Bear


Created for the Easthampton Bear Festival, my design won "People's Choice" award for most popular bear. Each artist submitted a design proposal, and if approved, received a five foot Plexiglas bear form with which to modify. Taking approximately 3 months to complete, my bear was decked out with clock gears, top hat and other Steampunk paraphernalia. He was on exhibit in the Eastworks Building for four months before being auctioned off to benefit Easthampton arts programs.

 

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