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adagio in e minor (organ solo)

Without beauty, the soul languishes. Here is a piece I composed back in the early 70’s. Highly contrapuntal, rich in harmonic texture and lilting in melancholy. It is available for […]

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jackson hole art fair : first showing of layered hardwood relief sculptures

The Jackson Hole Art Fair got off to a slow start this weekend as it rained a little on Friday and all day Saturday.   I had the opportunity to […]

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Protected: new heart

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graphic design for trout unlimited (western division)

Todays work was a design for one of my clients, Trout Unlimited. This is a simple black and white design for a T-shirt as they will all meet for a […]

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teton mountain range : miniature sculpture

I just finished this today, my first miniature wood carving of the Teton Mountains. It utilizes five types of wood:   sky: fir (lightly stained in blue) mountains: mahogany background field: […]

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he was despised

for satb choir (a cappella, div.) I composed this piece years ago. This is a new arrangement that is for a cappella voices, and is very demanding of any choir who […]

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heaven is open for us

for satb choir (a cappella) About 20 years ago I composed this setting of the words taken from a famous work by Mary of Agreda called ‘City of God’. It is […]

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two musical works for holy week

I am very excited to tell you that my musical compositions are available for downloading on www.MyOpus.com, a site where I self publish my works. The site hosts music, both […]

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if it has to be in my living room…

Our apartment is somewhat small. There is the main living area which is all one room: Living room, dining room and kitchen. Then you go up the stairs and the […]

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jh salon show (peoples choice awards)

Dear Art Association: Thank you for having me for the JH Salon Show this year. It was a pleasure to meet so many com padre artisans and get to know […]

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branding & logo design

Coming up with a good corporate or product brand logo is not an easy task. One must consider the type of market (tech, toy, education, etc.), how it will be […]

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corporate suite

This coming Friday is the opening reception for the Jackson Hole Salon Art Show. Therefore, I created this newly designed corporate suite for marketing myself to the locale.  

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koerber in MoMA?

At one point in time I thought about submitting my floosiga exhibit to MoMA (the Museum of Modern Art) in New York City. If my memory serves me correctly, I […]

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rosary made of shells

On our vacation years ago, I decided to create a different kind of rosary on the beach. Collecting various shells of differing shape and color, here was the end result. […]

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art boxes

Along with the revamping of my rosary website I also started building art boxes with a custom monogram for the BVM which I designed last year for a scapular project. These […]

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heirloom rosaries

In the past couple of months I worked hard to completely revamp the website that displays and offers these rosaries to the public. This includes a new website and beginning […]

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dodecahedron calendar 2015

I recently became a member of pixels.com where I have posted 25 photos of my artwork including vectors, sculptures and a cut out dodecahedron calendar for 2015. You are able […]

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moulton barn

In the past four months I have taken to developing a new skill… sculpture. In particular, layered hardwood reliefs of some of the famous Jackson Hole themes. This is the […]

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