Architectural Elements

Having designed dozens of homes, offices, and additions, I developed a great love and feel for incorporating art with architecture. I learned practical problem-solving skills when doing construction management, including how to work within budget and time constraints, and how to work as a team when others are involved. There is so much more we can do to using art and architecture to create beauty and harmony in the environment. Let us begin!

Fire Station and Maintenance Building, East Bethel, MN

5′ wide exterior concrete bas-reliefs

“Tower of Many Waters” 33 foot tall fountain designed for the stairway of the John Goodman residence, Minnetonka Beach, MN (with 1″ = 1′-0″ architectural model)

Six of Eleven bonze bas-reliefs depicting the evolution of architecture; three @ 10″ x 12″, three @ 5.5″ x 10″, for the conference room wall of Advantage Construction, East Bethel, MN (See Bas Relief page for the other five in the series)

“Dove of the Holy Spirit”, bronze, 42″ , Memorial Garden, Faith Lutheran Church, Forest Lake, MN

River Hills United Methodist Church, Burnsville, MN
7′ wide bronze bas-relief

Santorini Restaurant, Eden Prairie, MN 42″ x 72″x 1 1/2″ panel mural painted to look like a Parthenon frieze fragment.

Church of Saint Michael, St. Michael, MN
14 Stations of the Cross: bronze frames in collaboration with mosaic artist Christine Carlisle; Bronze candle holders: Paschal Candle, Four altar-flanking, two atop altar, four small angels for the sanctuary pillars.

Bronze wall-hanging receptacle for Eternal Flame candle holder, 6″ x 5″ x 15″, Faith Lutheran Church, Forest Lake, MN

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