Usability Consulting,>Art, Publications

8904 Carlisle Road
Wyndmoor, PA 19038


Tinkertoy Sofa 
1974, 72 x 40 x 30 

Miniature Sculptures (shown with Monopoly's car and dog tokens)
1978, bronze and silver, 1" tall


World's Greatest Chess Set
1980-2009, original sculpture in bronze, gold, ruby, sapphire, 32 pieces up to 3" tall


1983-2000, cast stone from clay; unfinished on left, copper-finished on right


1994?, original oil,
Left: 16 x 14; Right: 20 x 16 
(My first attempt at an oil? Wow, this "painting thing" is hard.) 

1995, original oil, 10 x 14


"Alien Landscape"
1995, original oil, 14 x 20

1999, original oil, 18 x 24

2000, original oil, 16 x 28


"The Limits of Endurance"
2001, cast in stone, original bas-relief sculpture, 36"
Celebrating Shackleton's Imperial Transantarctic Expedition of 1914.


"Garden Path"
2003, oil, 16 x 24
Duplicate from a postcard,
needs a little depth on that path, eh?


2005 (very incomplete), oil, 30 x 40, after an incredible newspaper photo, below. If I can ever capture the looks on those faces...




2007, clay, 20 x 18 x 14

From what I think is the best piece in the chess set:

2008, wood, 80 x 30 x 30 

2000-2009, mixed media
Maybe my best work, but I had help.

    Waterfall Fountain,
2002, slate and granite, 48 x 72 x 60

"Deep Blue Under,"
2004, with Kira, 24 x 36, original acrylic, after Pollock


"Food Fight" (right)
2004, with Kira, 24 x 36, original   acrylic, after Pollock  


"Sax Player"
2004, original sculpture in cast stone
12” tall x 9” wide x 12” deep
11 pound shipping weight
Suggested as the "Ridley Award" in honor of Harrison Ridley, Jr. of WRTI, Philadelphia, PA
Image showing relative size (near)
Image 2 showing relative size (far)












"Trumpet Player"
2009, Cast stone, 
15” tall x 10” wide x 10.5 deep, completing the bookend pair with the Sax Player
12 pound shipping weight

"Figures of Speech" 
2007, Polyurethane foam, 40 x 30 x 20 

, "The Wave"
2007, oil, 72 x 30, on old door
Duplicate of Alexander Harrison's painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, below. Side-by-side it's quite remarkable how amateurish mine looks even with the reduced original. At the museum, the Harrison piece is extraordinary for its sense of photo-realistic illusion of a natural occurrence that is almost abstract in itself.

2007, oil, 48 x 36, speed-painted in 1 hour with Kira, from Santa Fe art gallery catalog

2012, leaded stained glass, 28" x 12"