The Lotus Bench is fabricated from stainless steel. Gleaming petals create a domed nook on the edge of a pond in a Broomfield, Colorado open space park.
Bike Salad awaits
Kind of like a bike corral yet more visible and covered. This fixture is inspired by a banana, oranges, a pineapple and whatever else might be at Laurelhurst Whole Foods . Just add bicycles.
Godel Orca Gates
A custom gate set commissioned by an admirer of Bill Reid's Orca and other inuit influenced art.
A willow tree is outlined within the porch endrail by forged square rod. Round rod sweeps on down to the floor.
Clinton St. bicycle boulevard
Paul Cone took a picture some things to decorate the the parade to your everyday circus. Signtoppers direct the commuting party along the blvd. The Bike flag reminds the car commuter of the special intersection at Cesar and Clinton. A collaboration with Brian Borrello and PDOT.
Flying Spaghetti Monster Venn Divider
Some consider it a semi-permeable barrier, defining the union of this side and that. This gate is the holiest. Seasoned steel gleanings occupy the space between the openings. PASTAFARI
Sabin Garden Gate
Sabin Elementary PTA created a teaching garden and realized the need far a gate near the garden. This gate is made of roll formed tubing, various surplus scrap pieces. A full size, reclaimed pick-axe is mounted to the inside of the gate, and is the latch when closed. The powder-coated steel gates span a 14 foot opening, are 9 ft high with a 13 ft high arch.
This is a custom office or task chair. Designed to take advantage of a kneeling position using Steelcase Office Furniture technology. This balance chair is made from upright office chair parts from the past, re-converged in the present to be the chair of the future. This piece was juried into ShowPDX 2008
A Gaia pet for your garden, a sign of palm reading, or maybe a truss for a table top. 1/2" rod traces a 72" x 34" hand outline. Any custom outline can be fabricated, even a swoosh
Mt Hood Cabin
Here is a steel relief mural depicting a scene of a family cabin at the foot of Mt. Hood. A stainless river supports the mild steel landscape. The cabin adds copper to the mix. Trees are forged. Constructed on an aluminum frame that mounts to a normal wall. (9 ft wide x 5 ft tall x 7" deep).
This life sized figure is made of stainles steel pipe sections. The 72" tall sculpture oscilates if set into motion.
Unicorn from Carved Concrete
This unicorn is carved from a very unique post footing. The blank cylinder was removed from the ground with this crazy 5" protrusion that could only be but one thing.
Find the brave bull icon hanging out, over the edge on Russel street. Grab your forks and cheer for this Comedor This powder coated, aluminum silhouette helps mark the spot.
Piece of Mind
The brain in the box is an interactive display of a life sized brain presented in a cut-away skull. The head rises slowly out of the box.... Cerebrum, cerebellum and brain stem light up independently with push of a button.
This is a set of steel panels that weave a pattern within the garden. It is made with heavy gauge steel that will assume a natural rust finish.
The leaf retains organic flame-cut edge through forging process. The leaf is welded to a coiled stem.
Whimsical Gothic trellis
The whimsi-goth vine trellis is constructed of forged steel. Dampened trellis vibration is supported by an arbor built by Tom Hambilton.
This aluminum double helix structure can be a trellis indoors or out. Or the dna can just hang in the air.
clarklewis banister detail
Heavy forged steel banisters support stainless rails. Cables at 3.75 inch centers create in-fill. Heirloom quality that ought to last forever.
This sculpture is inspired by the monumental heads on Easter Island. Discarded fence post footings transform into artifacts that can be enjoyed for many generations. Each Moai has its own base post and can stand on or be fixed to the ground. A garden moai can treat anywhere to a touch of Tiki.
Millennium Building Services, Inc. commissioned this logo made of stainless steel and aluminum. The three dimensional emblem floats on the lobby wall of the corprate office.
Bumper Girl is made completely from reclaimed steel and old truck bumpers. The figure is mounted on a Schwinn chassis. She is part # 15 of the River City Series.
This is a detail of Cross Crusade Trophy: the holy grail of the northwest cyclocross series. The trophy is only out during the cyclocross season late in the year, if it hasn't been kidnapped.
A full view of the "Matthew Sheckel Memorial Lifehouse." The Lighthouse is a community collaboration made of cobb. Built during the Natural Building convergenge in 2002.
An adjustable solar panel support and a prayer wheel designed and fabricated for the "Matthew Sheckel Lifehouse Memorial" at 37th and Taylor.
14' tall X 13' diameter steel dome on fir log posts. 1 of 4 trellis/arbors constructed for phase III of a City Repair Intersection located at SE 33rd and Yamhill.
A Spirit House is an article for a garden, path, or gateway. The steel and copper structure can also shelter a light source. Located in Denver, CO.
This Metal Scarecrow can be posed into any position, standing, sitting, or bike riding. It is a system of old cans and custom linking hardware. The scarecrow is basically a big lovable puppet, it stands 5'7"
This one of five widow screen panels. The goat and brain are some of the custom motifs created by the family in the home where the screens reside.
This one of five widow screen panels. The train is another of the custom motifs created by the family in the home where the screens are installed.
books and roses
This is another of a set of 5 window screens. This motif focuses on literary romance.
This is another of a set of 5 window screens. The Moon and the Earth are the characters in this window screen.
Tubing, pipe and strips of steel are cold formed to create an experiment inspired by interference patterns, bright colors and chaotic organic geometry to maximize visual LOUDNESS!!!
Organica Rail Detail
Forged mild steel is stained and lacquered for a bronze finish. This rail in a split-level living area is inspired by vines, grass, fiddleheads and intertwined growth. Designed to be "grandchild-safe" with no protruding sharp points or openings larger than 4".
Sunrise at the Lotus Bench
An organic assembly of forged stainless tubes and flat stock is the frame work for a public seating site. An acrylic and glass surface refract the first beams of the day that pass into the Lotus Fruit.
Easter Island Bicycle Rack
Moai inspired figures watch the world go by. You can lock your bike to one of them whilst you are karaoke-ing at the Alibi.
Toothbrush bike rack
B & G Builders, Inc. commissioned the latest Tooth Brush Bike Rack. Powder coated steel and stainless steel accents keep your bike safe while your mouth is in for an annual inspection.
Bicycle Boulevard SignTopper
Special street sign attachments to mark the route for cyclists and remind drivers on a bicycle boulevard. Colors and designs can be customized. Photo by Paul Cone.
Are you down with Bacon Boy? Meet his arch nemisis, Fry Guy. He is an iron skillet rendered into a skateboard-flying character created by Austin Winters.
Trillium Flower Bench
This is another experiment in free-form organic geometry. Powder coated steel creates the base and stem of the flower. Alumiunm is the bloom. This piece is on loan to Lake Oswego's Gallery Without Walls.
A grand arch between two trees emerges from woods. Created with fallen tree branches, the sculpture explores the use of organic material and shapes to create an architectural structure. This piece is part of the Natural Cycles installation at Tryon Creek State Park.
Tooth Brush Bike Rack
This is a sculptural bike rack reminding you to brush and floss. It also marks the location of Eilers Dental. The brush handles, forged from heavy tubing and pipe are seven times larger than life. Stainless steel floss and bristles accent this functional sculpture. The City of Portland has a permitting process for art bicycle racks.
These figure is made of rod and pipe sections. The 38" tall sculptures are powder-coated, the instruments are stainless steel.
Unicorns are forever
The 60# concrete unicorn sculpture stands at 24" tall and has a roughly 9" diameter. Rainbow not included.
Hand Table Frame
The table has eight adjustable legs. 17" high in coffee table mode, 30" high in party mode. This table was made to help show some of the artwork created through the Children's Healing Arts Project
Toro Bravo bar
The interior was inspired by imagining the paths of bulls and matadors. Straight lines with sudden radii soften hard fixtures, and provide high speed, near miss excitement.
Armstrong Owl Head
This 13" tall concrete carving was inspired by a child's carving. Reproduced in the concrete style and given to him on his wedding day.
A privacy screen with nerves of aluminum is based on the abstraction of a dendrite and an axion. Acrylic amber pieces help define the biological elements.
Here is a hanger inspired by signs past. Forged steel flourishes made to support any shingle..
DNA trellis structure
This is a weather proof garden trellis made of used aluminum bike rims and reclaimed coaxial cable. Single strands can also be replicated. This trellis is 11 ft tall and 4 feet wide at the base.
Carved concrete fence post footings turn into creative blockade or welcoming column.
Spinner post card rack
This rack is made of 100% local used bike frames. It spins on a headset and holds 100+ post cards(4 x 6). Designed and fabricated for Jonathan Maus to market his wears.
Stemware/Glassware Rack for Gotham Tavern
This stainless steel rack helps over 100 glass pieces appear to float. Stemware hangs and the liquor glass is shelved.
clarklewis bay rails
The stainless rails at clarklewis span the twelve foot shipping bays. Forged steel banisters and stainless cables keep them in place. The rails float a foot outside the bldg to create visual effect. Vertigo?
This apparatus was fabricated for a performance choregraphed by Daniel Addy. The spinning cube structure is a collaboration, built for Daniel's specific requirments. The performance was part of ten tiny dances at PICA's TBA '04.
garden moai II
Add an air of mysticism to your garden with a Garden Moai. This sculpture is inspired by the monumental heads on Easter Island. Discarded fence post footings transform into artifacts that can be enjoyed for many generations. Each Moai has its own base post and can stand on or be fixed to the ground.
Coffee shop POP! These steel letters stand 3" off the wall. They help mark the drive-thru at Floyd's.
Food Front Community Bulletin board
This is a kiosk structure that uses both reclaimed wood and sustainable cedar posts from southern Oregon. The Kiosk can provide 128 sq. ft. of covered display surface in an 11''X 5''garden area.
River City trophy
The staff of River City Bicycles unofficially won the Bike toWork challenge sponsored by the BTA. The shop' s owner commissioned this trophy to commemorate it.
This is a up close and personal view of one of the bike people riding off into the sunset.
This is a view from beneath the dome at 33rd and Yamhill. The steel dome design is patterned from the growth pattern of seeds in a sunflower.'
A serpentine vessel that is hand formed from copper. Typically placed at the gable of a roof. Inspired by Buddhist temples in Cambodia.
This sign I made this for Resource Revival to help mark the building for deliveries and customers. The cursive font is formed from chrome plated bicycle rims.
Small World globe
This is an experiment in visual kinetics. The curving elements appear to make this globe spin to passing traffic.
A steel sun shield. Inner sun is hand pounded and polished. The corona petal are forged mild steel.
A retail fixture built for a bike shop. Made from discarded bike forks with a cast iron sewer pipe base.
"In the garden of Eden, Baby", and 15 minutes of chugging guitar are only part of the inspiration for this piece. When I found 300 lbs of logging chain in a scrapper friend\'s truck, I just had to have it. The chain is welded link by link to create the wingspan and body.
black tire sunflower
The Black tire sunflower is made from a small cart racing tire and pieces of an all season radial that has turned too many times. It also contains some various steel pieces and a hubcap found on I-5. It should pretty much last forever.