Titled Artwork (2017)

This 4′ x 8′  piece of  shallow relief sculpture is mounted on four reinforced hardboard-surfaced panels that can be separated for easy relocation. In fact, I had no motivation for creating this project other than using up remnant supplies left over from building projects while creating a portable “pseudo-mural” for a large empty wall in one of my previous architectural   » More

Not a Mural (2017)

I was approached about creating a mural, or rather a large painting or wall decoration at least eight feet long. Early in the development process, it was decided that this piece of decorative art would consist of four light-weight reinforced hardboard-and-wood panels, each about two feet by three feet. These would have very heavy watercolor paper stretched across their front   » More

Subway Grate Guardrail (2016)

This is a component of a much larger residential project, the 2013-2016 renovation of a nineteenth-century masonry townhouse in Boston, Massachusetts. The dominant element of this guardrail and handrail assembly for a new stairway from the kitchen street level to the basement studio is welded bar grating, a mass-produced steel grid material commonly used in sidewalks and other foot-trafficked locations   » More