I am a traditional stone craftsman working in rural Davenport, Alabama, about 30 minutes south of Montgomery.

A self-taught sculptor, I make bowls and other functional objects alongside sculptural pieces and public sculptural commissions. I use a process that blends old world techniques and traditional tools with a modern eye to emphasize functionality while following an austere, minimalist aesthetic drawn from nature.

All of the bowls I make are free form, that is, they are not turned on a lathe. The end product is something more beautiful—almost imperceptibly imperfect with subtle undulations and asymmetry. They are minimalist sculptures each in their own right. 

Although I use a broad range of stones including granite and slate, my primary interest is working with limestone and marble native to the state of Alabama.

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The studio is open by appointment.


Gallery 1930
1930 Cahaba Road
Mountain Brook, AL 35223

Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
Museum Shop

One Museum Drive
Montgomery, AL 36107

Photo courtesy of Mark Sandlin

Photo courtesy of Mark Sandlin