A branch supports several painted wood components - a ring, two bowls and a plate. A white enamel cup acts like a shoe on one of the branches extremities.
A chipped cast iron cauldron repaired with bronze attachments. This piece originally shown in 1988, has been elevated by placement upon a wooden "X" shaped support.
A broken spout from a Brown Betty teapot is attached to a piece of natural wood which is displayed on a wooden plant stand.
Pipe • 22" h x 11" dia.
A white pipe is nestled in a piece of natural wood, which is encased in a glass dome.
A cast iron flange supports a bent branch and an enamel saucepan, A bunch or burnt wood grapes is balanced on the handle of the saucepan.
Fifty 0ne Ball peen hammers rest on 2" x 3" boards supported by cast iron pipe flanges attached to the wall. 43 of the hammer handles have been burnt with blackened hammer heads, the remaining 18 hammer handles are whitewashed with polished heads.
Wall Piece: 2' w. 3' h. x 1'd.
A heap of cement is laid on a stone slab and covers a portion of some kind of tool.
33 bronze hats stacked brim to brim and crown to crown with cast cement base. Located at Le Germaine Hotel, 9th. ave. and Centre street S. Calgary, Alberta.
A small blue glass bottle is threaded into the base of the vine.
A partially burnt wooden cane is attached to an aluminum canoe strut painted to resemble birchbark with burnt knob at the bottom. A wooden handle with green paint is passed through a metal conduit bracket and screwed into the wall.
A found warped 2 x 4 is bolted to the wall with galvanized iron pipe flanges. Above the 2 x 4 hangs a handmade galvanized extraction duct plugged by a burnt mallet at one end and a burnt bowl at the other.
The remains of a heavily pruned tree is pinned to a perforated metal table by twelve walking canes. The table is covered in plaster and latex paint. All of the canes with one exception have been burnt. Collection of the Nickle Galleries, University of Calgary.
Across the top of a reclaimed wood post are laid two burnt wooden canes. The canes support a burl and small burnt bowl.
Collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
A wooden plank has been partially burnt and adorned with several wooden bars and handles. Attached to one side of the plank is a found handrail made from galvanized pipe.
A cast iron pedestal supports a block of cedar and a smaller block of steel. Resting on the steel block is a small cast bronze bowl containing a twisted wood vine upon which is balanced a sandblasted wood bowl.
The trunk of a poplar tree with a partially hollowed burnt interior is pinned to a fir beam with a burnt wooden cane.
A block of wood from a reclaimed fir beam is placed on a metal stool. Leaning against the beam is a piece of burnt driftwood encircled by the hooked portion of a wooden cane. Across the top of the beam is laid a short length of planed and stained wood from which is hung a blue glass bottle.
A sculpture comprised of a heavy steel bracket bolted to a partially burnt laminated wooden slab and a sturdy branch to which is attached a green file handle and a trowel. The construction is placed on a two legged burnt pedestal.
A fireman's axe held in place with a magnet is balanced atop a painted steel compressed air canister.
A trowel is placed atop a cottonwood branch which is connected to a yellow propane canister.