Tag Archives: sculptures

Cage Almost Finished!!

14 Feb

The human cage is almost done! I just need to weld a few more details and secure the feet a bit more but then it’ll be time for organs! At least now it’s free standing!!!

Lurid Ambrosia

9 Feb

People having fun with my installation!

Alzheimer’s Brain

9 Feb

This brain was for a project about taking older concepts and adapting them with themes that I normally use in my work… I had some trouble with getting it to stand, but I think it turned out alright..

Large Scale Organs

9 Feb

First attempt at a large scale large intestine in process and final photos.

First attempt at large scale organs!

9 Feb

Testicles in process and finished!


9 Feb

Artist Statement:

Everyone has memories. These memories are specific and individual to each person, just like our organs. We keep these memories preserved and protected and treat them with care, however if we can go through the process of letting them go and shattering them, we can take what we’ve learned from it and grow into something better and new.


9 Feb

This was a piece I made for my Dad. It is about how our hearts will always be linked. Pretty self



9 Feb

This piece was an installation about inside and outside relationships. How when relationships start to crumble, we start seeing the ugly innards of the situation. However what seems like a bad exposure at the time can slowly transform into something totally different and beautiful. Things always tend to work out the way they are supposed to.

Picture Perfect

9 Feb

This piece was a site specific installation done in my apartment. It is about taking something supposedly gross and beautifying them to the point that you would want them displayed in your home.

The First Organ

9 Feb

This is the organ that started it all. I was taking a digital sculpture class and was very lost. After playing around forever with the Maya and Rhino programs, I finally came up with something that was decent and that could be printed on the FDM machine. After getting my piece back and having to figure out what to do with it, I came up with the idea of turning it into a heart shape displayed on a plate. This piece inspired the Lurid Ambrosia installation and was the gateway to my focus on internal organs!