Here are some samples of sculptures that Mark has created for corporate offices, hospitals, and health care facilities.
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I was commissioned to create two life-size stainless steel horse sculptures for the entrance to a new housing development in Scottsdale AZ.
I was commissioned to create a bronze and granite sculpture for the front of the building, and a mural for the wall of the lobby.
Weinberg Campus is an assisted living facility. They created a sculpture garden with 11 of my sculptures. For more pictures of the sculpture garden click Weinberg Campus.
I was commissioned by the town of Avondale AZ to create a sculpture for the front of Avondale Civic Center. The sculpture has four 15 foot tall steel columns with five bird-shaped marble stone carvings on top.
Elements Hotel Scottsdale at Skysong
The stainless steel sculpture installed.
I was commissioned to create a sculpture for the new Elements Hotel Scottsdale at Skysong. I submitted drawings and after one was chosen, I made a small model for referance. I welded the individual stainless steel parts together and applied a satin finish.
Sheraton Hotel, Pleasanton
The commission was to create a limestone and steel sculpture for a Sheraton Hotel in Pleasanton CA. The stone was to look as if it were tied into a knot. I carved a 'herring bone' like texture with a tooth chisel into the stone. The steel bottom half has a rust patina.
Here is the sculpture installed on site. The hotel was still under construction at the time of installation, so the landscaping had not yet been put in. I anchor bolted the sculpture on to a concrete pad.
I like the combination of limestone and rusty steel. In nature, iron ore deposits are often found in limestone and the iron adds a red patina to the stone.
Carving the texture in the limestone with a tooth chisel.
Architects rendering of the hotel.
The mural is located in the lobby of corporate office in Scottsdale AZ. The interior of the office had Roman architectual elements, so I incorporated that theme in the mural.
The rebar bike is located in the lobby of a corporate headquarters in Phoenix AZ. While it is now a high tech electronics firm, it originally had started by making bicycles. The rebar bike is a throw back to those days.
The mural is hand carved from six different kinds of wood. It is located in the entryway of a Catholic hospital in Lewiston NY.
The mural is located in the hallway leading to the staff cafeteria. It is made of five different types of wood and accented with dichroic glass.
TFO Phoenix, Phoenix AZ
I worked with an art consultant, The Art Makery, to create this limestone sculpture to decorate the reception area of the office building.
I was asked to create a stainless steel sculpture of the logo for the Cerebral Pulsy Association to be placed in the courtyard of the building.
Scottsdale AZThese 'twig'wall hangings were commissioned for an office building in Scottsdale by an art consultant, The Art Makery. They are made from decorative steel rods that have a bark-like texture.
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