Porfolio

2004.
Willow Lodge (dome), Rogers Environmental Education Center, Sherburne, NY; 8 feet by 8 feet.
2004.
Two living arches, Cornell Cooperative Extension grounds, Norwich, NY; 15 feet by 5 feet.
2004.
Wee Willow Dome (dome and fedges), Riverside Park, Tunkhannock, PA; 12 feet by 7 feet.
2005.
Installation at artist residence (interconnected fedges, arch and dome), Norwich, NY; 20 feet by 20 feet.
2005.
Living fence and archway, Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School, Gwynedd Valley, PA; 33 feet by 4 feet.
2006.
Outdoor Living Room and fedges and arch at private residence, Amagansett, Long Island, NY; 14 feet by 14 feet and 35 feet by 5 feet.
2006.
Living fence and arch, West Chester Friends School, West Chester, PA; 33 feet by 6 feet.
2007.
Dome at the Susquehanna School, Binghamton, NY; 8 feet by 8 feet.
2007.
Living Cairn at private residence, Litchfield, CT; 13 feet by 9 feet.
2007.
Installation at the Lake Erie Arboretum at Frontier, Erie, PA with multi height interconnected components designed around the “LEAF” motive. Involves sculpture, arches, fedges and pathways. Funded by an Artist— and—Communities grant from MAAF; 50 feet by 30 feet.
2008.
Living Penthouse Screen, Private Residence, New York City; 52 linear feet.
2008.
Living Library Book, Guernsey Memorial Library, Norwich, NY; 13.5 feet by 12.75 feet by 6 feet.
2008.
Two Living Pyramids (Cleopatra and Little Tut), Private Residence, New Berlin, NY; 4 feet square by 7.5 feet and 2.75 feet square by 6.5 feet.
2008.
Eagle motif with living arch and two sloping wings, Gilbertsville-Mount Upton Central School, Gilbertsville, NY; 25 feet by 11 feet.
2008.
Maze with two round turretted pathways and offset arches, ArtQuest (Upper Catskill Community Council of the Arts), Wilber Mansion, Oneonta, NY; 11 feet diameter by 6.5 feet.
2008.
Living memorial structure for Mr. Simpson consisting of a star, moon walk, entrance arch and "S" walkway plus flower beds, Chenango Bridge Elementary School, Chenango Bridge, NY; 31 feet by 18 feet.
2009.
Two living (forced grown in greenhouses) arches for the Central New York Flower Show, Syracuse, NY; 8 feet by 4 feet.
2009.
A series of tiered double living fences, potted structures and tunnel in the Willow Patch, Cazenovia, NY in conjuction with SUNY-ESF and Cazenovia High School students; several acres.
2009.
Capital "A" sculpture at Guilford Art Center, Guilford, CT; 6 feet by 5 feet tall.
2009.
Living Arbor; The Country School, Madison, CT; 9 feet diameter by 5 feet tall.
2009.
Several living arches at private residencies, Madison, CT; each 5 feet by 4 feet approximately.
2009.
Two living domes at private residence, Long Island, NY; each has 17 foot diameter.
2010.
Living Willow Tree 1. 60 pots of willow built around metal poles to represent the limbs of a composite Living Tree. Built specifically for the CNY Blooms Flower Show in Syracuse in March 2010 and forced in a greenhouse. 8 feet diameter at the base and 16 feet
diameter at 6.5 feet height with overall height of 12 feet.