If you’re an art and nature lover, you might enjoy the sculptures we make from recycled wood and steel. Some pieces are purely decorative while others are functional, like benches, vessels and tables. Because they’re made from reused and found materials, each piece is one-of-a-kind.
Some our works even provide habitat for solitary native bees! These critical desert pollinators are solitary, passive, and safe to have around children and pets. The habitats WILL NOT attract honeybees and killer bees. Interested? Click here for more information on native bees and their importance in our environment.
To see recent works, go to our blog or, if you’re in Phoenix, see our work at Practical Art on Central Avenue. Our new studio on Tucson’s west side is open by appointment. Come by to see new work, works in progress and wood, steel and other materials that you can choose for a commissioned piece.
Prices for bee habitats run from $70 – $250 for wall hanging pieces and $250 – $1500 for free-standing pieces. Prices vary with size, materials, and complexity. My other works, like wooden vessels and benches and tables run from $200 and up, again depending on size and complexity.
If recycling is your thing, check out the work of Susan Fehlow (Greg Corman’s wife), a fiber artist who creates rugs from used wool and whimsical creatures from waste paper. Her works can be seen at: http://picasaweb.google.com/sfehlow