A commemoration of Hall of Fame player and coach Harold Baines. Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL "Sean - Thanks for the great job." -Harold Baines, Hall of Fame player and coach, Chicago White Sox
Planting the Future
This is a memorial to D.W. Norris. He was a philanthropist who founded and ran a residential boys' school (now the Norris Adolescent Center) just after WWI. The school board planned just a sculpture. Upon seeing our designs, they were inspired to create a space that the students would enjoy as a hang-out, with a sculptural group as the centerpiece.
Packers Heritage Plaza
These pieces are part of the Packers Heritage Plaza. The player is a memorial to early Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame player Johnny Blood. The child is a recreation of a 1939 photo from Life Magazine depicting the fan walking with player Clarke Hinkle. The Plaza is the centerpiece of the Packers Heritage Trail, which highlights how the history of the town and the history of the team are intertwined.
A commemoration of the former Athletic Director of the University of Wisconsin Madison.
Lambeau Leap Wall
This is a commemoration of the special relationship between the fans of the Green Bay Packers and the team. The players sometimes jump onto the wall in front of the fans after scoring a touchdown. This grouping has an open space in the middle for you to pose as if you are the Lambeau leaper.
Dr. Jeffrey Behrens
A memorial to the doctor who created the sports medicine department of the Sanford Health system.
For the Love of the Children
This figure is part of a group of sculptures displayed in front of the Sanford Health Children's Hospital. The figure group commemorates a donation from Denny Sanford that made construction of the hospital possible. This sculpture is a portrait of the donor's grandson.
A Visionary for the People
Finalists of a public art competition were asked to design a memorial of former Kentucky Governor Lawrence Wetherby. This maquette depicts elements of both Wetherby's personal life and his public accomplishments. He was a lover of nature and the bench would encourage visitors to sit and contemplate the natural surroundings of the park site.
Commercial & Entertainment
Various projects over the years. Mostly carved in foam.