It is obvious that we are faced with a designer of peculiar dexterity, better yet of accomplished craft, who follows his production step by step beginning with the cast through each of the delicate stages of the process of foundry with uncommon rigor and a technical knowledge.
This explains the mastery of rhythm in the expression of movement, the vigor and dynamics generated by the relief of the molding, the mastery of shade in the bronze finish.
Peter Soehlke

CHRISTOPHORUS
COLUMBUS I

WORK # 108, 1991
Bass-relief, silver plated bronze

CHRISTOPHORUS
COLUMBUS II

WORK # 109, 1991
Bass-relief, silver plated bronze

STUDY OF HORSE I
WORK # 129, 1999
High-relief bronze

STUDY OF HORSE II
WORK # 130, 1999
High-relief bronze

FORDING THE RIVER
WORK # 60, 1985
High-relief bronze
KAROL WOJTYLA
(Pope John Paul II)
WORK # 46, 1984
Bass-relief bronze
COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS
WORK # 47, 1984
Bass-relief Gold / silver / bronze

RESURGENT CHRIST
WORK # 117, 1994
High-relief bronze
RESURGENT CHRIST
WORK # 118, 1994
Monumental high-relief
 

CHRIST WITH CROSSES
WORK # 119, 1995
High-relief bronze
Single piece

VIA CRUCIS (Way of the Cross)
WORK # 120, 1995
Station I to XIV
High-relief bronze