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Available Works
Available Works in Progress
Design Work & Bronze Process
Hope Bold The Wiz Pit The Bronze Casting Process
Paintings By R Gurkha Cigar Ashtray for 10 Cigars  
Two Brothers Missy Flies  
Night Rider Ralph Confederate Flag  
American Flag Emily, a Study in Clay  
Prostitution Bronze God Bless the House of Cicero  
Single Rose Vase Study in Clay  
Bail Money Early Riser
Miniature Bail Money - Doorknocker Compilation  
Texas Flag Bad Package Delivery Service  
Brother Grimm    
War Flag    
Full Throttle Hangover    
Brother T-Max -- Always Packing    
Arizona Night Riders  
House of Ganem    
Boot Tats    


A timeless story of two brothers as told through a work in bronze containing cultural and religious iconology defining the life and character of each brother and the paths chosen. One boot stands tall with a vibrant patina and symbols representing walking the path of the straight and narrow “holding to the rod.” The other boot is worn and torn with a beat down patina with icons representing an adventurous life of close calls, one of rolling the dice, taking risks, a life dominated by hard work and a quest for money, fast cars, fast motorcycles, even faster women and strong drink with a love for classic rock and roll. A true unrepentant prodigal son.




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