Passage - shown here are several of 38 weathered steel rowboats inspired by the character and history of the Brooklyn neighborhood. These simplified replicas of a classic sailing rowboat are embedded in the landscaping along a 1-mile stretch of 17th Avenue in Portland, Oregon.
Core Sample Time Line
Core Sample Time Line - a 280’ time line that uses the actual rock stratataken from the vicinity of this underground station to a create 16 million year time line. Located at Washington Park Station where the platform is 265 feet below ground.
Lobby sculpture for Mary Bridge Children’s Health Center. A cast bronze rowboat passes through the lobby's glass facade. The bow of the boat is on the outside of the building glass and the seating area of the boat and oars are in the interior of the lobby. 2005.
Spirit of Inquiry
A 21-foot tall ivy covered trophy as a station marker and seating for Fair Complex light rail station, Hillsboro, Oregon. 1998.
One of 3 site-specific artworks for the Elmonica light rail station designed in collaboration with artist Don Merkt.
1999. Lobby, Portland City Hall. With Norie Sato and Tad Savinar. 30 cast bronze sculptures on cast bronze shelves adjacent to 28 stainless plaques with miscellaneous odd quotes and images from city archives.
Union Station Park
2001, Seattle, Washington. 23 granite cubes etched with text and images relevant to the neighborhood’s rail history also function as seating.
2002. Bronze 12’6” x 7’. Thousands of everyday objects arranged and cast in bronze to create a 10’ figure in high relief. Located at a Portland Neighborhood office and fire station.