Variation II Sun Edition nearing end

We regularly get the request to let people know when an edition is nearing the end. This post is such a notice. We soon will have orders for all the remaining Variation Sun II sculptures. This piece is in an edition of 24 and the last 2 are still available for order. But they aren't in the schedule until February of 2017 with shipping aiming for March 1, 2017. If you are interested in this wonderful kaleidoscopic design then get in touch soon!

Limited Edition of 24  •  Size: 46"h x 44"w x 8"d  •  Approx. Run Time: 15 hours 

Price: $3000.00  •  Click here to Order

Please don't touch.........

The link to this video was sent to us by Jim Schnieder of Blue Oak Hill Sculpture Park in Nevada.

It isn't my kinetic sculpture but one created by James Borden. I experience the same challenges with display.  I have never been able to understand the uncontrollable urge people have to touch mechanical objects! Their curiosity just gets the better of them.  This unfortunate video comes from the National Watch and Clock Museum of Columbia, PA. That certainly looks like an interesting place to visit.

Sky Duet • Flight Themed Kinetic Sculpture

I have recently released a new kinetic wall sculpture expanding my exploration into flight-themed kinetic sculptures. Sky Duet is a larger piece comprised of two single bird designs mounted to interact with each other. The result is a peaceful piece reminiscent of birds dancing among fluffy summer clouds. 

Click on the triangle in the image below to see the graceful motion of this piece.

I have revisited the flight theme often in the 40+ years I have been producing kinetic sculpture. To see a history of all my flight oriented pieces click here.

Click here for more information on Sky Duet.

Click here to find out about ordering Sky Duet.

Art in Motion by Lara Ehrlich

Marji and I were recently interviewed by Lara Ehrlich of Boston University for a piece in their spring edition of the College of Arts and Sciences magazine. I have a degree in Physics from BU (CAS ’74) and they discovered one of their alum was doing something a little on the weird side. She wrote a wonderful piece that I think captures the essence of our 40 year career with Wood That Works. We also spent a day with the photographer Pat Piasecki, and another with videographers Joe Chan and Jason Kimball. We had a lot of fun talking with Lara and working with the entire BU team as they put together the article and two videos. Here are some links to the article and videos.


Read the article here.

How it all began........

How to Make a Kinetic Sculpture