Rob’s Recent Work

Red Crystals

Most crystals are square. The attachment of one square to the other series depending on the element produced.

Windows into stone with Woman

Tomato stakes with an attitude

Tomato stakes with an attitude

Gate into Earth Sculpture

42" high Aprox. 200 Lbs.

Steel & Stone Birdbath

Charoscuro Windows into Stone

Gneiss /ˈnaɪs/ is a widely distributed type of rock formed by high-grade regional metamorphic processes from pre-existing formations that were originally either igneous or sedimentary rocks. It is often foliated, composed of layers of sheet-like planar structures.

Gneiss Balance

Building materials are formed from earth elements and heat.

Sheres in Nature? The universe and atomic structures are all spheres, so why are they in what we see?

Prehistoric or megalithic landmarks built by Native American Indians and Canada”s First Nations People were stone structures to mark a pathway, location of stored food and belongings or as burial mounds. Known today as cairns, these structures are seen as simple piles of stones or unusual stones perched on tree stumps. The significance of these cairns was known only to the people who created them. Some of these landmarks are still standing. Today new creations are seen as earth sculpture art and some even as balance art. Dancing Stone exemplifies these unusual early landmarks as a tree stump displaying stone carved by nature as an art form.

Prehistoric or megalithic landmarks built by Native American Indians and Canada”s First Nations People were stone structures to mark a pathway, location of stored food and belongings or as burial mounds. Known today as cairns, these structures are seen as simple piles of stones or unusual stones perched on tree stumps. The significance of these cairns was known only to the people who created them. Some of these landmarks are still standing. Today new creations are seen as earth sculpture art and some even as balance art. Dancing Stone exemplifies these unusual early landmarks as a tree stump displaying stone carved by nature as an art form.

"Stone Windows"

“Stone Windows”

We look at stones and see things our thoughts want us to see, animals, people and often faces. Meet Stone Face

We look at stones and see things our thoughts want us to see, animals, people and often faces. Meet Stone Face

Rock walls don't need to be piles of rocks. If the objective is to fence out a less attractive view, flag stone on edge provides a more interesting view.

“Rock Wall”

The flowers that grasses produce can be a SURPRISE to us but they are the results of evolution. Not created for our pleasure but to reach for light and to invite creatures who would aid with propagation.

The flowers that grasses produce can be a SURPRISE to us but they are the results of evolution. Not created for our pleasure but to reach for light and to invite creatures who would aid with propagation.

The development of the grains on earth started with grasses producing small seeds.

The development of the grains on earth started with grasses producing small seeds.

Welded steel formed rods with forged steel simi-spheres and colored glass balls. To be installed in a garden amongst hosta and such. 24" high.

“Burst”, Spring anxious to show its colors

Four Faces

Snow queen

“Snow Queen” has a full body length companion, commissioned sculpture, “Mrs. Bernard”

1/4" X 3" weldment 48" X 96" overall. Opaque fired glass segments are inserted to help the eye turn squares into cubes.

“Cube Wall” gives the allusion of cubes with depth of field as it is observed from different angles when one walks into this secret garden.

A maquette, 5/16" square bars welded to resemble a dogwood bush. 21" tall

Green Stick Dogwood

Colloidal website

Colloidal Crystal

Rock in a Box

Rock in a Box

1/2" steel bars have been formed, welded with forged ends using a drawing to scale on a 4' X 8' sheet of fiber board.

Clematis vine arbor