Artwork > Tusks

I’ve held a life-long penchant for creating sculpture out of repurposed materials, including the archival microprint paper used in the sculptures for the Tusk series. This beautiful coated paper, replete with information accessible only through magnification, was spared from the landfill when a librarian at Sonoma State University had the foresight to send it my way. I’ve enjoyed creating sculptures out of this material since 2012.

Tusks III
Hand-cut Archival Microprint Paper, Charred Wood, Stainless Steel, Cast Plastic
12” x 5” x 9” each piece
Tusk III
alternative arrangement
Hand-cut Archival Microprint Paper, Charred Wood, Stainless Steel, Cast Plastic
12” x 5” x 9” each piece
Hand cut paper sculpture, bronze sculpture
Hand-cut Archival Microprint Paper, Bronze, Stainless Steel, Charred Ash
25” x 36” x 8” each
Tusks (diptych)
Hand-cut Archival Microprint Paper, Bronze, Stainless Steel, Charred Ash
25” x 36” x 8”
Tusks (diptych)
alternative view
Hand-cut Archival Microprint Paper, Bronze, Stainless Steel, Charred Ash
25” x 36” x 8” each
Tusks (diptych)
alternative view
Hand-cut Archival Microprint Paper, Bronze, Stainless Steel, Charred Ash
25” x 36” x 8” each
Tusks (detail)
Hand-cut Archival Microprint Paper, Bronze, Stainless Steel, Charred Ash
25” x 36” x 8”
Hand cut paper sculpture, bronze sculpture
Hand-cut Archival Microprint Paper, Bronze, Stainless Steel
30” x 10” (diameter) each piece
Tusks II
Hand-cut Archival Microprint Paper, Bronze, Stainless Steel
30” x 10” (diameter) each piece