“I’ll watch for us at the clear crossing” is my latest sculpture made from laser cut Dura-lar, wire, tar, and a motor. It sums up my general feelings of distress and anxiety coupled with the loss of my father several months back. I imagine it to be both sad and hopeful.
You can check out other pieces on my website
That’s really impressive. It’s a bit tough to tell scale, what’s the overall size?
Also, what does it sound like without a soundtrack?
It’s human size, and the motor is not as quiet as I’d like. The sound is a constant buzz or drone, not awful but not beautiful.
It’s a great piece, really well done.
My condolences for the loss of your father.
Thank you for sharing this work. It is hauntingly beautiful.
That… makes me very uneasy. I think it’s working.
So sorry to hear about your father. I have not ever seen someone create something like that. Glad you are able to express through your art. Beautiful.
I was not expecting it to be as large as it is in the end, nor was I expecting it to be what it was. Beautiful, I hope that this project helped bring you some peace.
I lost my mom 2 years ago (ugh time flies) and there’s been a couple of projects that I’ve planned but can’t bring myself to do. Seriously, incredible work, thanks for sharing both a little part of your life, and your talents with the rest of us.
Holy shamoleans, that’s incredible. Thank you for sharing such a personal piece.
Condolences on the loss of your father.
It’s been really hard making work since covid. This piece was planed out before his passing so in that respect it was more making than thinking about what to make. A little easier to do when you can’t settle on a project
Also thank you
That’s beautiful and sad at the same time. My condolences on the loss of your father.
I also really like the mask on your website. Great art!
Very impressive work! My deepest sympathy on losing your father.
My condolences on your loss.
Glad to see you back with new work! It’s interesting to discover the piece from the smaller components up to the whole view. I wasn’t expecting it.