1. witchcraft or magic, or some powerful influence
2. an object believed to have magical powers, especially the power to keep away evil spirits

Friday, May 22, 2009

Featured in Mono Magazine!

There's my Power to the People raygun in a Japanese magazine!

Friday, May 15, 2009


Hand forged metal, acrylic block.

Clockwork Doll

Hand forged metal, brass gears, sculpey.

By Any Metal Necessary

A new ray gun! This one is big. 

Sunday, April 19, 2009

New show at GreencupBooks

Participated in another group show at GreencupBooks. There are two new pieces that I neglected to photograph before the show; I had to finish them up in a week!

Sunday, March 29, 2009


Torso detail

Head detail

Leg detail

Tail detail

Hand forged iron
Piece stands 21" tall.


Head & Torso detail

Back detail

Hand forged iron, sculpey.
The upper torso of the body was carved from a solid block of metal. Piece measures 37" tall.

Sculpture / Votive

Arm detail

Face detail

Iron, glass.
This little guy stands about 10" tall, including the antenna. Both arms swing back and forth.

Saturday, November 22, 2008

The Ladies' Gun (In Progress)

My wife requested a small ray gun; this one is still in progress. 
Wooden pieces will be added to the base of the handle and possibly just above the trigger guard, among other things.  Except for the hardware and glass, it is completely handmade.  The gun measures 8-1/4" long and 6" tall, not including the hammer or vial. 

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Not Dead Yet show at GreencupBooks

It was a one night art and music show in the loft over the store.

Ad poster for "Not Dead Yet"

"Power to the People"

"Power to the People"
Hand forged iron, copper, glass

"Strings of Apollo"

"Strings of Apollo" 
Wood, hand forged iron, copper, brass, glass
Approximately 5 feet tall

"Strings of Apollo" detail

Friday, October 3, 2008

Space Cyclops

Space Cyclops
Tempera paint on watercolor paper

Saturday, April 12, 2008

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Sunday, November 25, 2007

The ArtHouse Show

The ArtHouse Gallery in Atlanta, GA sent out moleskine notebooks to 500 artist nationwide and asked them to fill the pages with their fears. Here is my book & a few photos from the show (It was also a Halloween party).

The ArtHouse Gallery

The Show
Out of 500 books sent out, only 206 were returned to the gallery.

My Book
I went as the Devil for Halloween.