Friday, December 17, 2010

Bettye Hamlen Turner's new horse
37" tall
Copper and Stainless Steel
Carbon Steel Base
Available at this time.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Bob Stickney Photos ~ November, 2010

 Barbara Dolan-Wilkinson's string2 with Mark Stasz' Take Flight.
 LaPaso Agaves with Benini's Ubiquitous in the background.
Pat Musick's bronze Commence!

string2, composed of 20,000 feet of nylon string.....

Friday, November 5, 2010

New Site-Specific Installation, strings2, by Barbara Dolan-Wilkinson underway!

Barbara Dolan-Wilkinson, who lives and works in Mckinleyville, California is on site at The Benini Sculpture Ranch, creating - along with her husband Allen and her best friend and assistant, Anita Jones -
strings2, an installation that is coming alive with strings radiating from Texas oaks, creating diaphanous
pathways between the landscape of the trees, the skies above and the radiating patterns of multiple strings in harmonious dialogue.
"I take inspiration from nature. My work is organic in substance, yet my sculpture is not about anything. It is rather a study of form, light and shadow, the relationship of parts created space and color," Dolan-Wilkinson said.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Brazilian Agate, Canary Wood from South America, Pecan Tree Truck,
 Mesquite Pedestal and Hickory Base.
34" Tall and 35"-38" wide
Michael Shulman

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Walter Horak's outdoor sculpture Transit has arrived!
Uncrating and installation scheduled for September 25th.
For more information on Horak, visit

Sunday, September 19, 2010


Cunningham's Serenity was sold and moved in September. Tad Perry of Perry Cranes lifted the sculpture and set it on the flatbed truck and off it went to a private Hill Country Ranch.

Sunday, August 8, 2010

The Open One by Catanzaro
                                                  Granites 48" T x 17" W $2200

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Saturday, June 26, 2010

                                    O'Michael's Waterfall Moon photographed by Bob Stickney.
Waterfall Moon by Michelle O'Michael
12'4" feet all, Steel & Polyester
Beautiful silver accents on the swirl sides.....

The Rites of Summer Celebration held June 20th brought people and drums together,
Following George Smith's talk about the history of percussion and his explanation of the process of
building Orishic Djembe, participants walked to the pond area where they drummed on
George's massive sculpture as other drummers accompanied them with their own drums.
Orishic Djembe required eight months to build, and weighs 5000 pounds.