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Desert Sunrise
McCarran International Airport - T3,
Clark County, Las Vegas, NV

This multi-level sculpture is based on water, the life-blood of the desert. In the artwork water appears in several forms: a magnificent cloud that catches the morning light; transparent veils of gently falling rain; a sparkling waterfall; a flowing river that courses across the lower space.

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Susquehanna Reverie
Susquehanna Health System, Williamsport Hospital,
Williamsport, PA

“Susquehanna Reverie” recalls the river in times past, as well as now, with birds flying over it, waves shimmering on the surface, and flowing currents curving and cutting through the landscape.

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Sunrise Cascade
Pinnacle Bank Headquarters,
Omaha, NE

Sculptural forms, clad in the fiery colors of a prairie sunrise and swirling across the landscape, are caught in the atrium for all to see.

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Rhythm of the Rails
Marriott Hotels, Residence Inn Potomac Yards,
Arlington, VA

Abstract railroad tracks transition into curvilinear shapes, which rise up towards the sky and resemble smoke from a steam engine. Located on the site of the former Potomac Rail Yards, this sculpture pays homage to the industrial past of the site.

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Constellation
Mt. Nittany Medical Center,
State College, PA

The sky shines with stars that calm the spirit and reveal a touch of wonder.

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