Honey Locust Eagles, Lincoln, NE
This carving was created from the three remaining trunks of a Honey Locust tree. One eagle is shown resting on a branch with a fish in its grasp. Another is shown soaring up to the branches of the tree. The third eagle proudly perches above a waving American flag.
The Hershberger Fireman, Lincoln, NE
This carving was inspired by the decorated, retired Lincoln firefighter in who's yard it resides. It was carved from a standing Ash stump that was cut down as a result of Emerald Ash Borer infestation. The carving details the original uniform worn by the subject including the helmet details, shield, pant and coat striping and equipment.
Holtmeyer America Sculpture, Bellevue, NE
This carving was created from an old Willow tree. The tree had begun to decay from the inside, so a protective chemical was sprayed over the entire stump to halt the process. The remaining quality portions of wood were used to create 2 bald eagles, a white tailed deer, a horned owl and a tattered American flag.
Sycamore Bear, Lincoln, NE
This is a twelve foot sculpture, carved from a standing Sycamore stump. This bear is straddling a semi-hollow base. It was carved in a manner so as to utilize them most quality wood from the trunk as possible.
VFW Eagle, Wahoo, NE
This is a nine foot tall sculpture, carved from a standing Pin Oak stump. This eagle was carved for the VFW of Wahoo, NE. The backside of the carving shows the eagle holding a traditional armed forces shield in its talons. A space was also created below to allow for a permanent plaque, listing each branch of the military.
Thomas Modern Sculpture, Lincoln, NE
Carved from two cypress tree stumps, these paired carvings stand at around twelve feet tall. They depict linear, flowing shapes with contrasting spherical elements. The result is a modern art design with two pieces that compliment each other. They also combine to create a monumental entry to the dwelling.
Koubek Lighthouse, Lincoln, NE
This ten foot tall lighthouse was carved in Lincoln, Nebraska to serve as a centerpiece to a well-landscaped yard. The top of the lighthouse is removable to allow for the future placement of electrical lighting.