no business like
I became an
official snow sculptor in the Winter of 1988. My daughter, Keely, asked me to sculpt a
snow dinosaur. The year before I had made a snow bunny for Easter in the backyard. As I
contemplated her request I tried to imagine a twenty foot snow tyrannosaurus Rex looming
over the heavy traffic that passes our house. My T Rex was little more than an iguana. I
was pretty embarrassed so I tried to improve my work by carving a stegosaurus beneath the
iguana's jaws. You can see it didn't intimidate my daughter.
are pictures of most of my creations over the past thirteen years. A few of these pictures
are thumbnails. Click them and you can see a larger version.
Bugs showed up in the backyard of our old house on a warm spring day. It was perfect
weather for making a snow man. Mine just had big ears.
Bunny with eggs
on a Triceratops
Triceratops and Mom
My pit bull
Phil on the loose
and I send a letter to the editor
Phil Redux Phil as a thmbnl.
In honor of Desert Storm
Bill's s-a-x check this for my thoughts on Bill
Thumbnail Skiing Stegosaurus
Coca-Cola Santa Sea Dragon
St.Bernard with Cask
Looking for his place First
Cheesehead click here for an explanation
in history, NOT! thmbnl.
Bill at Mt. Rushmore - click pic to enlarge
White Whale thmbnl. White Whale #2
20 MinuteDinosaur thmbnl.
The Scream thmbnl. Bear's dancing thmbnl.
Bearspanking thmbnl. Loon on Sled thmbnl.
thmbnl. Education Governor thmbnl.
Snow Sculptures 2000-01
Snow Sculptures 2001-02
My Snow Sculptures 2002-03
My Snow Sculptures 2003-04
Ten Thumbs guide to Snow Sculpting