The little girl sits on a tree stump that is surrounded by flowers; her toddler brother rests on a small rock bordered by grasses, his gaze fixed on his sister with rapt attention to the story she's reading.
The farmer is portrayed as a thinker and planner, also a man of action and hardiness, and a man who is unpretentious and generous—in other words, a man of great character.
Commissioned in the loving memory of Francis Nilsson, “Caring for One Another” is displayed outside of the Francis Nilsson Daycare Center at the Hill Crest Nursing Home in McCook, NE.
The strength of her family, the pioneer woman faces the desolate prairie, as she faces her future.
This beautifully hand-painted 4 ft. tall resin is also availabe in finished bronze.
Using a purebred Boston Terrier for a model, this sculpture was Lovingly created for Stransky Park in Lincoln, NE.
“Daydreams” brings back memories of Dorothy and Toto, rekindling the innocence and freedom of our childhood dreams.
“Garden Song” was created to grace the Oriental Gardens at Felicita Estates outside of Harrisburg, PA. Situated in the midst of a flowing stream, Garden Song inspires peace and quiet reflection to the viewer.
The bronze surface is made luminous with layers of translucent patinas, giving the mother's flowing robes a sense of softness and polish. This original sculpture is 5 ft. 4 in. high and approximately 24 in. wide. The bronze edition is limited to 12 castings.
A light-hearted moment between three boys. On a hot, summer afternoon, they have climbed up into an old and leafy tree, where they sit talking and laughing, and just ready to jump off into the stream below.
“Breaking News” is a tribute to Nebraska farm families whose reliance on KRVN has made their station a growing success for 50 years.
A precious scene captured between a big sister and her little brother. Resting for a moment from practicing her ballet steps, a big sister helps her little brother take his first steps.
A highly detailed bronze of a duck hunter with his best companion—his Labrador. Together they wait in the predawn hours for the first ducks to fly.
“Rachel's” silent cry is for a child lost, as symbolized in the empty blanket across her lap. The rose laying at her side, is also a sign of life. “Rachel's” message is simple: “Cherish Life.”
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