Tricksters are figures in myth and legend that ignore the rules of conventional society. They can alternate between devilish and helpful, often being the hero in one story and the villain in the next.  My work investigates Tricksters from various cultures, from North America to the Middle East to Malaysia, with a Grimm Fairy Tale or two thrown in as well.

Not all current works in this series have been added to the page at this time.

Red Riding Hood

Size: 21 x 12 x 6 inch shadow box

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Making of Red Riding Hood Blog Entry

Red Riding Hood - Bottom DetailRed Riding Hood  - RightRed Riding Hood - Top DetailRed Riding Hood

The Djinn

Size:  15 x 14 x 15 inch standing sculptural work

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Making of the Djinn Blog Entry

The DjinnThe Djinn - Right ViewThe Djinn - DetailThe Djinn - Left View

Sun Wu Kong

Size:  21 x 10 x 6 inches

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Making of Sun Wu Kong Blog Entry

Sun Wukong - Right ViewSun Wukong - Monkey DetailSun Wukong - Horses DetailSun Wukong - Left ViewSun Wukong - Detail Left 2Sun Wukong - Detail Left 1

Raven Steals the Sun

Size:  18 x 18 x 4 inches

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Making of Raven Steals the Sun Blog Entry

Raven Steals the Light - Right View with Red LightRaven Steals the Light - Red LightRaven Steals the Light - Left View with White LightRaven Steals the Light - Blue Light

 

Sang Kancil and the Crocodiles

Size:  16 x 19 x 4 inches

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Making of Sang Kancil Blog Entry

Sang Kancil and the Crocodiles - Left ViewSang Kancil and the Crocodiles - Right ViewSang Kancil and the Crocodiles

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