Living happily ever after still means you have to clean house and do the dishes
Butterfly – Mild steel and copper sculpture by Jim Davis. +1
On the workshop wall … A baby elephant, fish lamp, and lots of other goodies. +2
Sunflower – Mild steel sculpture by Jim Davis.
Afternoon in the garden – Mild steel sculpture by Jim Davis.
Ozarks Mule – Mild steel sculpture by Jim Davis.
Wishbone – The latest of Jim’s creations.
Birdbath for Ginger – Thursday was a day of gifts. Carol bought me some farm-fresh eggs, and Jim brought us this wonderful sculpture/birdbath. +1
He’s Baaack! – Arty’s been of on tour for a month or so. He rejoined us last week.
Egg – Another of Jim’s creations. Some wag suggested it should be called a Faber-jim egg… 3 pictures
Meet Arty (Artopus) – Doesn’t everyone have a large, beer swilling, artist-in-residence octopus in their living room? 3 pictures
Twisted – Jim Davis.
Rose – Jim Davis.
Katydid for Katy O – Jim created this for our friend Katie in Pennsylvania. We’ll be delivering it in a couple of weeks when we go visit.
Ivory – Jim Davis.
Katie’s Occasional Table. Jim’s latest creation, a table for Katie. 2 pictures
“E LIZ-ard” Mild steel, lizard sculpture by Jim Davis. 2 pictures
The latest of Jim’s Cross inspired artworks. It’s an interesting departure from his usual flower and tree inspired forms.
Jim is submitting this sculpture for a silent auction in aid of the Ozarks Regional Arts Council. The only requirement is that the piece has to fit inside a six-inch cube.
Jim made me this wonderful ‘bolt-down” gun safe for Christmas. Plenty of room in there for all the ammo I received too.