“First one was in front of my studio in Vermont using local stone. I didn’t follow a design. It was sloppy and proportionally crude,” Chris adds.
The next one was in Georgia where Martin [Beevers] joined to help. It was in various flagstone and modeled after a 1940 Ford. This was at a car center and incorporated a water feature which now is a standard part of the designs.
“Next was a 1929 Ford at 125% scale in Maryland and (Jared (Flynn) joined to help. It was entirely in Granite, which is the material I am most familiar with for sculpture. It featured more hand sculpted parts like curved fenders,” adds Chris.
Currently working in Texas on a granite 52 Ford which is a portrait of the clients truck.