About Me

I am infatuated with old structures and storefronts. I spend considerable time seeking them out, building them in miniature and photographing them. In my free time I study other artist's work and plan future buildings. I'm beginning to worry that there is something excessive about this. Many have joked that I have an edifice complex or maybe edificimania or even the dreaded edificiphilia. But I build other things like barges, snowplows and pile drivers too. Could it be a simple obsession? Hey, I can live with that. I'll state emphatically right here that," I'll make no concessions to my obsessions!" Anyway I love what I do. I guess in the long run, we wind up paying for our pleasures. What's a guy to do? As for me it's back to the workbench. I must put some more time in. I'll have to worry about this issue later - this roof needs to be done by tonight. When I am not at my workbench, I'm a clinical psychologist currently practicing in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Who is an Artist?

A person who works with his hands is a laborer.

A person who works with his hands and his brain is a craftsman.

A person who works with his hands, his brain and his heart is an artist.

- Louis Nizer


Sunday, September 4, 2011

Vintage Electric Instrument House (Railroad)


4 comments:

varga said...

I just finished to look through the
"constructures" the fifth time. It is incredible, becaue it has a full reality value. Not like toys, not like usual dioramas - but real, "living" houses from Gullivers travels. And they have the spirit, the mood.
Most enjoyable visual pleasures
Dr Ervin Varga

Edward said...

Your comment box is finally up and running.

I love this one. It proves the point that a good model does not have to be complex. 'Less can be more.'

Anonymous said...

How is the Orange Blossom coming? Can't wait....I think you do some of the best work out there....

S.E. Ackman

Ford said...

A single picture evokes a thousand words and feelings. A lonely outpost waiting for a passing freight train. I love it,