Roliquery

Prague

Inspired by early 20th century carvings in Prague’s St. Vitus Cathedral, five swirling faces are intertwined in a seamless design.

4” Bronze, Resin
12” Bronze, Limestone, Resin

Koi

Longfinned Koi and Shubunkin swirl around this Roliquery, much as they would come to greet you in a garden pond.

4” Bronze, Resin
12” Bronze, Limestone, Resin

Gods & Goddesses

The created becomes the creator, when with but mortal hands we create the iconic faces of gods & goddesses in the sands.

20” Bronze

Sculptures

The Human Brain

Amy Brier: Sculptor, Micheal Donham: Carver

3 tons of limestone

2013

After

Limestone and wax

32” x 20” x 14”

2011

Impression

Limestone

Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington

2008

Commissions

Biological Forms

Simon Building, Indiana University

Limestone

2007

The Four Seasons

White River Gardens, Indianapolis, IN

Limestone, sand

1999

Joy

Joy’s House, Indianapolis IN

Limestone, sand, wood

2009

Architectural Ornaments

Grotesque

Cathedral of St. John the Divine

Indiana Limestone

1987-1993

Tree of Life

Cathedral of St. John the Divine, West Front

Indiana Limestone

1987-1993

Throw the Ball!

Cathedral of St. John the Divine

Indiana Limestone

1987-1993

Own a Roliquery!

A Roliquery is a hand-carved sphere of interactive art. When rolled in sand, it leaves behind beautiful, seamless patterns.

If you would like to own a Roliquery, you may contact me.