Sculptures

Well Done- Jesus Embracing Man
(Approximately 12 1/2 inches, weighing 3 lbs)

This piece was inspired by a statement Billy Graham made, when asked about his ministry. "I just want to hear Jesus say when I come into heaven Well Done Thy Good and Faithful Servant".

Well Done- Jesus Embracing Woman
(Approximately 12 1/2 inches, weighing 3 lbs)

This piece was inspired by a statement Billy Graham made, when asked about his ministry. "I just want to hear Jesus say when I come into heaven Well Done Thy Good and Faithful Servant".

Risen Christ
(Approximately -12 1/2 " Tall, 9 lbs. )

This piece is a solemn moment after Jesus had Risen. Knowing his work was completed he is quietly communing with the Father.

Agony in Gethsemane
(Approximately 11 1/2 inches, weighing 4 lbs)

This piece touched me deeply in reading Luke 22:42, about Jesus praying in the Garden of Gethsemane. The shear agony of this moment knowing the suffering he would have to endure. The word said he agonized to the point of death and it was as if he was sweating blood. How great his love for us that he would endure all this to save us. (view monument)

Via Del Rosa (The way of sorrows)
(Approximately 15 1/2 inches, weighing 3 1/2 lbs)

The movie the Passion inspired this piece. ìI thought what a lonely road to Calvary it was.î The Scripture I put on it fitís the sculpture so well. Isaiah 53:4. Surely he took up our infirmities and carried our sorrows

Come Unto Me
(Approximately 15 1/2 inches, weighing 4 lbs)

Scripture Matthew 11:28 ìCome Unto me all you that labor and are heavy-laiden, and I will give you restî I thought what a loving, and inviting sculpture of Jesus this would be, welcoming the World to him. (view monument)

Calvary
(Approximately 12" height 15" wide, weighing 2 lbs)

This simple but, important piece shows the three cross of Calvary. The center cross represents salvation. (With his nails laying at the base as shown in the details image.) The left and the right Crosses represent acceptance and rejection of Christ.

Samson
(Approximately 18 inches, weighing 7 lbs)

This powerful piece was inspired from the scripture in Judges 14:6. When the power of the Lord came upon Samson, and he slays the lion with his bear hands.