I manipulate metals and minerals and bonding solutions in order to provoke emotional responses from people I will usually never meet. That which happens in the process some people call art. My talent for creating icons and illusions turned into a lifetime of manipulations... in various pigments, bronze and steel, some quite large, which loom in museums, schools, collections and public places all over Texas. Here on this blog you can watch my creative actions and insights unfold...


I quit counting at ten thousand square feet of murals in the eastern half of Texas; in universities, public schools, restaurants and museums. Also for commercial storefronts, like JR's Antiques in Brenham, and Stelzig Ranch at Houston Bush Intercontinental Airport.

140 feet of murals at Star of the Republic Museum, Washington on the Brazos, Texas.

A pioneer girl distributes planting seed to her co-workers, African slaves who are about to plant cotton; Just a portion of my 140 foot mural at the Star of the Republic Museum.


Mustangs lead a wild stampede of longhorns, buffalo and white-tailed deer and Washington on the Brazos.

Twenty- five foot Battle of Galveston diarama at Houston Baptist University, Houston, Texas
African wildlife at Cypress Grove Intermediate in College Station, Texas

My only outdoor mural, done for JR's Antiques of Brenham, Texas.

 A Texas branding scene done especially for Wrangler Steakhouse in Navasota, Texas. Yes, that's a real cowgirl from the "06" Ranch at Alpine, Texas, doing the honors.
There is much more at my official website:

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