Lighting / Sculpture

Edo
Hara
Kyoto
Miya
East End 2
Oscar
Yoko
Ando
East End 1
Deryabar
Amber
Luna
Liberty
Tango
Lido
Louie
Chow Fun
Fu
Tribune
Indie
West
Nexus
Chameleon
Kami
Royale
Zahir
Spirit
Kambara
Zanzibar
Kalahari
Sedona
Mr. Gordon
R10D10
The Electric Chair
Little King & Queen
Horizontal Tokaido
Madagascar
ORB
Inner Piece
Twilight
Holiday Sculpture 2009 "plumb"
Breeze
Icon
Holiday Sculpture 2010  "Arrow"
Eclipse
R.E.M.
Sake'
Holiday Sculpture 2011 "Goodyear"
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Edo.jpg (28,455 bytes)
Kyoto.jpg (12,879 bytes) Miya.jpg (19,650 bytes)
East_End_2.jpg (12,206 bytes)
Edo Hara Kyoto Miya East End 2 Oscar
Yoko.jpg (22,667 bytes)
Ando.jpg (18,180 bytes)
East_End_1.jpg (20,500 bytes)


Yoko Ando East End 1 Deryabar Amber Luna
Liberty.jpg (32,759 bytes)
Tango.jpg (36,482 bytes)
Lido.jpg (19,725 bytes)
Louie.jpg (32,639 bytes)


Liberty Tango Lido Louie Chow Fun Fu
Tribune.jpg (38,994 bytes) Nexus.jpg (29,297 bytes)
Chameleon Tribune Indie West Nexus Kami
Royale Kadima Zahir Spirit Kambara Zanzibar
Kalihari Sedona Mr. Gordon R10 D10 The Electric Chair Little King & Queen
Horizontal Tokaido Madagascar ORB Inner Piece Twilight Holiday Sculpture 2009
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What happens when light falls upon an object? Is it absorbed or reflected? And, how does it affect it's color? Not all lighting, whether it be daylight or artificial, needs to fulfill a specific task. Color, in fact, is reflected light. The lighting I've created, made from hardwoods such as mahogany, purple heart, cypress, etc. brings out highlites, shades and shadows, and the visibility of texture and color. It is essential, not only to have "task" oriented light, but lighting with visual interest to compliment a well designed space. These lighting fixtures, and others, offer a unique experience in mood and ambiance, whether it be for the home or commercial environment.

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