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Read the blog covering sculpture, direct carving, and other art topics. Includes behind-the-scenes info, demonstrations, and videos.

Abstract sculpture in Brazilian soapstone
One thing I love about carving stone is the beauty of the mineral deposits that show in the stone. One never knows what one might encounter.
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I am in my studio carving a piece of stone that rests on a work table.
Sometimes there are very practical considerations when carving. This video explores one of those practical sides.
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CG with Juliana, Kristine, and Bill Meek. The name of the sculpture is "Squash."
The show of my work at Harmon-Meek Gallery in February, 2023, was a high point for me. Pieces by Lorrie Goulet and Jose DeCreeft were also shown.
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Harmon-Meek exhibition folder cover showing stone sculpture "Odyssey"
I'm excited about my upcoming exhibition "Apprentice Turned Master" at Harmon-Meek Gallery featuring my work, along with Lorrie Goulet's.
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Stone carving of a Hubbard squash
This behind-the-scenes video takes the viewer through all the stages of creating my newest piece, "Hubbard Squash."
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Robert Motherwell Post Announcement
I recently viewed a delightful documentary on Robert Motherwell, the New York School, and the Abstract Expressionists.
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Sanding an Alabaster Stone Squash
The shape of the butternut squash is so wonderful! Here's a video of the process of carving one out of orange alabaster stone.
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Augusta Savage poses with her sculpture
Augusta Savage poses next to one of her sculptures. New York Historical Society exhibited her work from May 3 to July 28, 2019.
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Lorrie Goulet and me at MoMA screening
Lorrie Goulet and I pose at the Museum of Modern Art screening of the "Spirit into Stone" documentary in 2019.
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Robin working on bun - 1
My friend and fellow sculptor Robin Antar graciously agreed to appear on my blog. She's a fantastic sculptor and a wonderful person as well.
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