An Annotated Portfolio & Project Documentaries

Twenty. The Creighton Block Gallery Collection

This is the first time I’ve had this many pieces of my tree art, eight in all, in a gallery collection.  Almost every piece I’ve made over the past twenty years has been privately collected as soon as it was finished.

The Creighton Block Gallery in Big Sky, Montana, is located in a commercial center near the ski area.  I very much appreciate that Colin Mathews and Paula Craver, the owners, have been enthusiastic hosts and promoters of my tree art.

 Here’s Colin trying out one of the chairs on the day I delivered them .  He wants me to give each of them a mythological name ….

 Trestle plank table and armchair with the “Egyptian Chest” in the background.

 The other end of the table with second chair, and “The Magic Mushroom Table” and “Pagan Dancer” in the background.

The chairs and table go well together although they may be sold separately.

“The Magic Mushroom Table” and “Pagan Dancer” are in the background.

“The Magic Mushroom Table” and the sculpture “Pagan Dancer”

“The Egyptian Chest” and table lamp.


I took a turn in the chair (I’d done that a few times before while making it) and Colin took the photo, which is now on my Facebook page.

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One response

  1. Theresa Lynn Miller

    Stunning work. Would love to see more.

    November 18, 2015 at 2:48 am

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