Plain and simple, I try to create art from sustainable elements I find in nature. These materials include juniper, pinon, willows, tamarisk, stone, antlers and anything organic that strikes my eye. I only use wood that is dead on the ground, and the willows and tamarisk I cut, promote regrowth to insure my art is "eco-friendly." I hand-pick all of these elements for distinct texture and color so that each piece is unique. Most of my work has a southwest flavor and many designs hint of ancient, indigenous cultures. The bulk of these designs can be displayed indoors or out.
To create organic art that will inspire others to realize the inherent beauty in wild places. I also attempt to integrate the elements of soil, stone and vegetation that create the unequaled landscapes found in wilderness. Everything I design is a tribute to Mother Earth and the rich, irreplaceable biodiversity of this planet