Sea Child  camphor wood, 6' high. Based on an argonaut shell brought to my feet by wind and waves during a typhoon on a beach in western Japan.
  Waves  camphor wood, 7’ high
  Mythological Landscape  camphor wood, 30" long (76 cm)
  The Architect’s Dream  camphor wood, 4’ long by 4’ wide by 40” high (without base). Someday I will do a larger version in bronze …
  Fairy Ring  Japanese cedar and wood chips. About 20" in diameter (6 m). Kyushu Prefecture Art Museum. The wood chips came from the carving process. I saved these logs from the construction company that cut down an entire forest and subsequently ground the forest into pulp. 
  The Sea's Birthday  wood and beach pebbles, 7' (2 m) long. Title from a poem my wife wrote as a child.
  Venus  camphor wood, life-size. Destroyed in the 2005 Kyushu earthquake.
  Urban Man  camphor wood, 5’ 6” high
  The Sound of Waves  wood and beach pebbles, 22" long. Purchased by the Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis.
  Tower of the Moon  sweet gum, 40” high
  Born  laminated beech, 8’ high, Eskisehir, Turkey
  Citified  red oak, 3’ high. Windfall from Hurricane Fran.
  Son of a Gun  red oak, 4' high. A response to the insane gun laws in America......The expression "son of a gun" comes from the days of the square riggers when sailors slept in hammocks slung between cannons below deck. When the ships were at anchor, wives and girlfriends came on board and stayed below with their menfolk. Any sailor born from such a union came to be called a "son of a gun." 
  Table with Stone   Japanese pine and beach pebbles, about 6’ long
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