The "Skin and Bones" collection is a group of assemblage sculptures made with re-purposed materials. Recycling objects that would otherwise go into the landfill is the basis of this environmentally-friendly concept. Natural touches such as fur, feathers, wood and stone compliment the Native American themes of the sculptural castings and reflect a dedication to honoring the natural world. These unique artworks are all between twelve and twenty inches tall. Each one sells for $195.00.
Pueblo Tower is an assemblage featuring bronze pottery shapes atop an obelisk embellished with pictographs. The components of this sculpture include brass rings, twigs, rabbit fur and a recycled vase and marble cube.
Ram's Horn Totem includes a sheep's horn and dove feathers paired with rabbit fur and faux arrow heads highlighting this assemblage of recycled glass objects with a spherical globe mounted upon an pyramid-shaped vase.
In the Upper World is a tall assemblage of recycled vases with the look and feeling of a totem pole and embellishments including bronze castings of Native American images, rabbit fur and other objects.
Buffalo Skull Totem boasts a miniature pewter buffalo skull nestled upon a tuft of rabbit fur and crowning a repurposed glass form with sophisticated simplicity. Perfect for a coffee table or bookshelf.
Little Corn Mother utilizes a repurposed flower pot and metallic cylinder to provide the support for a textured sphere with a miniature bronze Navajo woman at the apex. Turkey feathers and rabbit fur pull together the tribal motif.
Santa Fe Trail includes recycled glass objects, rabbit fur, feathers and a steer's horn framing the portrait casting of a Native American warrior mounted on a cross-cut mesquite pendant suspended from a wrought iron stand.