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3D Laser and Printer Enlargements: 


This new technology opens NEW possibilities capable of 

making any work of art suitable for large public art commissions.

 In 2018, 'V for Victorious' was enlarged twice her scale with the aid of a laser scanner and 3D printer.

V  for Victorious

Original In the Artist's Collection  

Unique Cast Bronze - 1987

31.5"H x 12"W x 5"D

Laser scanned to create a digital footprint for 3D printer.

22 individual plastic 3D printed sections were glued into 4 sections (for ease of welding in bronze), dipped in hot sculpture wax to smooth texture & imperfectionsprepared ​for ceramic shell investment molds with base plate, burned-out in kiln, and then poured using the traditional bronze casting process.

5 figurative sections (including base) and two brass rods were welded together to match the original V, followed by grinding, sanding, polishing, and patina color.  The whole process took one year to complete in 2018.

Purchased by the El Capitan Hotel, Merced, CA 

A Joie de Vivre / Hyatt Hotel.

On display in the Courtyard Bar & Restaurant.

Installed in 2021

63"H x 21"W x 12"D


Dancer  (limited edition of 7)

14"h x 4.5"w x 2"d


I visualize a monumental version of her in front of a 

Performing Arts Center some day.

Dancer was inspired by my love of studying Ballet and enjoying the performances by the San Francisco Ballet.  

28.5"h x 9"w x 7"d
Italian Limestone base

  The figure is doing a Pirouette and our eye is focused on the abstraction of the dancer’s side profile line, emphasized through concave and convex form.  I minimalize the subject and let the viewer’s imagination fill in the rest - her arms reaching out and her left leg extended back.  

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