Monthly Archives: July 2013

Penn Manor High School - Theater Courtyard

Returning from sabbatical in the fall of 2008, I decided to tackle the ugly courtyard wall and lead students through the process from design, to installation of a glass mosaic of a student-team interpretation of Starry Night in glass mosaic; 2008-2012. Grants from the Penn Manor Education Foundation funded this 4-year project, which over 500 students had a hand in.  It is a backdrop to the Mr. Jeff Churchill memorial pond in the Penn Manor High School theater courtyard.

1998 Bronzes

Early bronze “Pequea Kids” face work – can be both freestanding or wall mounted. Seven individual pieces form the full group. Average size: 8″h x 8″w x3″

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All of the posts below illustrate the body of work started during my sabbatical in the 2007-08 school year. The work stretched on for five years and was completed in 2012 with the felt version of the Family of Four. The work is inspired by my love of faces and are my three dimensional interpretations of select elementary student self-portraits. This work consists of 36 pieces; 12 faces each explored in bronze, clay and felt. Visit my website to see the full descriptions and process of creating this body of work.

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