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Timepeace (in progress)

DATE  2015
MEDIUM  Travertine Marble and base
SIZE  6′ X 4′ x 6′


Shadow of central solar marker stone, cut to angles of Summer Solstice and Winter Solstice sun altitude, falls on ground stones to record meaningful dates.…

May 2015 Read More →

Pacifica Sun Portal 1

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Sunhenge Park

DATE 1987
MEDIUM Found steel parts and Earthworks
SIZE 210′ X 80′ X 18′


This permanent solar-aligned installation was built to preserve a memory  of the previous U.S. Steel plant site.…

Aug 1987 Read More →

Solar Tone Towers

DATE 1986
MEDIUM  Concrete and Steel
SIZE  110′ X 50′ X 28′


Located in greater L.A. (City of Commerce, CA), a central tower with wind chimes is aligned facing due West (East behind), with flanking elements indicating Solstice and Equinox sunrise/sunset positions on the horizon.…

Aug 1986 Read More →

Plum Island Tidal Disk

DATE 1985
MEDIUM Bronze from Sand cast original
SIZE 24″ Diam X 1/2″ thick


Descriptive text goes here.…

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Sol Marker II

DATE 1973
MEDIUM Mixed Media
SIZE  6′ X 3′ X 9′


An Earth Casting from a site in El Valle, NM, oriented true East/West, records the Summer Solstice. At solar noon, shadows from the top brass rings fall on a corresponding arrangement of small brass pins in the “earth” surface.…

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DATE 1972
MEDIUM  Steel and Planting
SIZE 9′ X 9′ X 3″ (variable with planting)

Found wagon-wheel rims provide a sculptural trellis for Silver Lace Vine (see detail). The seasonally-changing piece celebrates growth, life, and a fusion of sacred geometric shapes.…

Jan 1972 Read More →

Earth Mother Shrine

DATE 1971
MEDIUM Mixed Media
SIZE 14′ X 8′ X 5′




Built on the campus of the University of New Mexico to celebrate the second annual Earth Day, it contains two small chambers, aligned true North/South.…

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DATE 1970
MEDIUM  Plaster, earth
SIZE 24″ Diam.


One of the first in an ongoing series of earth castings in a variety of media. Usually shown in groups, to indicate the direction and continuity of water and wind patterns, they are located in installations to designate solar coordinates on the horizon.…

Feb 1971 Read More →

Snow Nuggets

DATE 1970
SIZE  20′ X 6′ X 3′


Nambe New Mexico. Further evolution of the Nugget concept to a time-based, outdoor, process piece. Nuggets changed form while melting away over a three day period.…

Dec 1970 Read More →