Profile Type: Creative Business
NEFA Grant Recipient
Creative Business

My work as a sculptor for the past twenty eight years has been primarily in the medium of stone from the hardest to the softest, as well from the smallest sculptures to monumental. I have created works in Native Contemporary Sculpture and have created works in the Abstract Contemporary . Having lived in Santa Fe New Mexico for twenty years has afforded me the opportunity to experience art of all styles and mediums and so i strive to evolve my work to share with the world.

I Have Worked With

  • Jim Sardonis and I collaborated in 2007 for the THOREAU WABANAKI TRAILS MONUMENT in Greenville, Maine  commissioned by Maine Woods Forever , Roxanne Quimby .  The canoe represents Thoreaus' guides and the sculpture that Jim created represents Thoreau.(see image video gallery)

  • Commissioned in 2008 to create four sculptures for the Medicine Trail on Indian Island via PNHA Director Craig Sanborns' tenure to beautify our community from a cultural perspective to inspire pride for future generations.

  • Selected for the 2012 symposium @the University of Maine Orono to create a two piece monumental sculpture for the dept. of Forestry &Wildlife dept. of the University that was made available through the Percent for the Arts of Maine as part of a renovation grant for NUTTING HALL @UMO (see profile image &image &video gallery)

  • NEFA Grantee
  • Creative Business

Contact Information

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Mailing Address: 
5 Burnuwubskek Ln.
Indian Island
Old Town, ME 04468-1258
Physical Address: 
5 Burnurwurbskek Ln. Indian Island
Old Town, ME 04468-1258
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I am a Native American Artist

Native Heritage Designation: 
Native American
Tribal Status: 
Federally Recognized
Tribe Name: 
Penobscot- Bunuwubskek, Wabanaki


Profile Type: 
Creative Business
Primary Discipline: 
Visual/Crafts - Sculpture
Year Founded: 
Populations Served: 
General Public
Institution/Business Type: 
Artist (Individual)
Activities and Services: 
Creation of a Work of Art (Including Commissions)
Public Art Projects (In Free, Public Spaces)
Workshops / Demonstrations / Master Class
Geographic Reach: 
Multi-State Region

Affiliations and Accomplishments

Professional Associations: 
Schoodic Sculpture Symposium-Maine
Maine Percent for the Arts- University of Maine Orono
Maine Woods Forever
Abbe Museum
Hudson Museum
Intstutute of American Indian Arts Museum
I am a NEFA Grant Recipient