Stone and tile mural depicting 3 Sitka Spruce trees, the trunks beginning on the 1st floor toward the tops on the 4th floor. The center story tree featuring petroglyphs designed by the students, inspired by the ancient Alutiiq carvings. With colored glass for light and a sense of place on each floor. Kodiak High School.
Sculpted sandstone madrona tree overlaid onto a quartzite fireplace wall. Featuring slate branches that also depict an eagle, mountain lion, elk, deer and wolf. This Anacortes house is perched on a cliff with many natural madrona trees that cling to its rocky face.
Tiled backsplash panel depicting an Alaskan landscape with two Bull Moose and an Alder tree in the foreground. Small cut and etch line details as well as integrated switch plate covers. The homeowners met while on a moose hunt in Alaska.
8 Silver Birch
8 Silver Birch trees, comprised of white limestone, slate, and black sandstone, inlaid and overlaid over basalt tiles, bring nature just a little bit closer.
Sandstone and Basalt Vines adorn the entrance to Ron Clark Academy. Atlanta, GA.
On site at Ron Clark Academy.
Tree of Life
A new take on a classic image with Basalt and Pebble Mosaic.
A glass mosaic sawtooth wall reflecting the view of Japanese Americans from an internment camp during WW2. Viewed in one direction, the Heart Mountain sunset. From the other, pixelated faces in a crowd, reflective of our humanities intention to evolve.
Tiled bathroom floor insert depicting an internal cross section of a chambered nautilus, proportioned as a “golden spiral”.
A sky view up through a unique collection of Alaskan trees, representing the diversity and individuality of the student population. Created with glass, limestone, and basalt, using the Fibonacci sequence, spiral and golden ratio as design inspirations. Bartlett High School.
Eight stone and glass panels depicting native animals of interest to the residents of the USDC center in Utah.
5 Birch Tree Fireplace
A Limestone Forest finds a home.
A glass mosaic floor panel depicting Polaris, the North star, as a navigational beacon, framed in porcelain highlighting the silhouettes of the firemen and equipment of Fire Station 3, in Anchorage, Alaska. “May this light guide you safely home”
A collaboration with Felix Soloman, who designed the characters. From Slate and Basalt.
A stone river leads up from hearth to ceiling. Inspired by Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings”.
Slate branches overlay glass mosaic
Shuksan in Stone
A Metamorphic Mountain captured in Stone.
Madrona & Chickadees
A Madrona tree sculpted from limestone, overlaid onto basalt tile, with 4 inlaid alder trees of slate & 3 visiting black-capped chickadees. A fireplace wall panel at a local B&B.
Faith and Family
Overlaid Stone Fish & Loaves decorate this backsplash.
The rich texture of inlaid and overlaid Autumn Slate add to the realism of these Alders.
This piece is made from marble, sandstone, and two types of limestone. There are over 100 different petals.
Peony Bud shower niche.
Turkish Rug B&B
We used Pottery brought back from Turkey by the homeowner for design inspiration. All cuts were made by hand using a ring saw.
The SVC logo transforms into 3D with some creative glass mosaic work.