When sailing vessles evolved from square sails to fore and aft rigged sails, it was quite revolutionary. On her maiden voyage an observer remarked, "See how she schoons!" Hence the birth of the schooner 17" high by 14" wide Edition of 35 Bronze - $4,500 Resin - $1,800
When a schooner was running downwind with the mains'l on one side and the fores'l on the other, it pushed the bow down causing a larger than normal bow wave. The oldtimers called this "With a bone in her teeth." 22" high by 22" wide Edition of 18 Bronze - $9,500 Resin - $4,000
Commissioned by Cape Cod Hospital, this 7 foot cast stainless steel and marble sculpture gives the feeling of well being and smooth sailing. This sculpture has been placed at the entrance of the new Mugar wing which opened at the hospital in November, 2006.
When the wind blows perpendicular to a sail boat, it is called a reach. The memorial sculpture "Reaching Home" was commissioned by the family of a Seattle based Marine engineer who died suddenly. Cast in resin, it is 11 ft. by 6.5 ft and is permanently displayed on the campus of MEBA Engineering School, a private maritime educational facility.
Sculpture at MEBA School, Easton , MD- reconfigured, moved inside and rededicated on October 12, 2017
This piece is a historical sculpture full of action and drama, depicting the classic confrontation of whaler against whale. As the sperm whale breaks the surface, the two combatants are eye to eye, and the moment is one of basic survival. 22 1/2" wide by 15" high
This sculpture began as a maquette or study for a larger work commissioned by a Philadelphia woman. The sculpture was the centerpiece in a stone fountain in honor of her late husband who had been an avid sailor. 13 1/2" high by 15" wide
This piece, a Crosby Catboat under sail, comes from a past memory, a feeling of elation, when, after hours of rough sailing, landfall is made. 17" high by 21 1/2" wide