Here are some of my sculptures...thanks for looking. Contact me for information or to
Face #2. 69" tall.
It's a camera, it's a projector, it's ... gorgeous. Beautiful patina, made from clutch plates, ABS pumps, copper oil coolers...and lots of other pieces.
Carroll Case and Wyatt Waters
Gifted artists discussing life and their favorite topic...art.
Radio Show November 2018
Carroll Case and I had a great radio interview with Dave Hughes. This piece, '56 Racer, collected by Carroll and Suzanne Case.
Jerome Atlas 2
Full size figure mounted on a reclaimed base.
Karma, Teresa and Emma
The chameleon is "Karma" made largely from brake shoes. The lovely ladies in the background are "Teresa" and "Emma".
New piece just beginning.
Lots of soft , beautiful patina and harmonizing shapes.
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Cab light gas tank. Stihl chain saw cylinder heads.
Finish Line - 49 Racer
Beautiful brass and copper pieces. Horn bezel from '49 Ford. Articulated driver.
Steely Eyed Man
This piece is in very early development...it is changing daily.
Ready for final finish.
Motorcycle #3 Top View
View from above just after finish is applied.
Showtime and Motorcycle #1
I love these two pieces. Lots of soft colors and textures.
Early development of the woman for "Lawnmower". She will stand about 17" when finished.
hand spark plug
This hand belongs to the woman on the "Lawnmower"
Scene set on a gorgeous radiator from a '72 Cadillac. The radiator was just too large...I had to modify it.
Teresa and Emma
Mom and daughter. Both beautiful!
Wonderful show at Carroll Case's Studio.
Can't tell what kind of bus this was...but it probably served well and I hope to save at least a little piece of it.
Some see a frog... but "Karma" is a chameleon.
Showtime with me
I love the colors, textures and movement of this piece.
It can be a camera...or a projector...or maybe it sends your mind to something else. But it's always Showtime.
Articulated mouth, eyes and throat. I named him Sigmund for his beard and piercing eyes.
My dad's name was Jerome...and he was a mechanic. I think he would love this one.
The fenders were tough to figure out. Saddlebags from a 2002 GMC S10 pickup.
This is the third motorcycle I've created. It is inspired by the old NAPA Brake Fluid gas tank generously given by my brother Mac from his collection.
This car is built around the iconic tail light assembly from a 1956 BelAir. The gas cap was behind this tail light. (Collection of Carrol and Suzanne Case)
He waves the checkered flag as he takes a victory spin.
tapered roller bearing, radio speaker frame, pressure gauge, copper tube, copper transmission oil cooler, timing gears
1949 Ford Custom hood ornament, 1954 Chevrolet pickup clearance lights, disc brake pads, 1949 Ford brake master cylinder
Headlight lens, a/c dryer, starter motor insides, cam phaser wheels...
Engineer and his dog Sparky (his head is a spark plug)...pressure regulator, nuts, bolts, washers and built-up welds