Commission for private client, Atherton, California
Inspired by the giant oak trees that surround it, Kalpata is derived from the Sanskrit word meaning ‘the divine tree of life’.
Steel, Patina H: 96” W: 34” D: 20” 2016
Steel, Patina H: 128” W: 38” D: 50” 2016
Steel, Patina H: 72" W: 24" D: 17" 2017
Steel, Patina, Found Boat H: 15' W: 6' D: 6' 2014
A handmade tattered boat recovered from the sea on a stormy winter day turns slowly (once every seventy seconds) within its house. Portunus is named after the Roman god associated with ports and harbors and the gateway to the sea.
H: 17' W: 9' D: 7' 1995
Bone House was the centerpiece for a performance featuring Jo’s elegant choreography and movement, as well as Jim Owen’s mesmerizing percussion, using the sculpture as his drum.
Steel, Patina H: 68" W: 49" D: 4" 2008
A wall sculpture with free form, three dimensional forms reminiscent of ancient text.
Steel, Patina H: 15' W: 4.5' D: 3.5' 2015
Exhibited in the Napa River Walk in downtown Napa for sixteen months. Skiff commemorates the rich and diverse history of the Napa River front. The overall form evokes boats and river travel; the three open ‘pods’ represent the three American Indian tribes who once populated the area.
Steel, Patina H: 15' W: 5' D: 3' 2013
Vinaya is a freestanding drawing in space, made of flowing, sinuous steel. It was installed in the Uptown Art Park in the gallery section of downtown Oakland.