Tony collects “treasures” he finds at flea markets while searching for old barn wood, windows, doors, etc. for his historic remodeling jobs. He uses these found objects to create sculptures.
Visualization of the finished product is key to everything he does. From old pulleys, antique hardware, farm tools, etc. he creates quirky creatures. Some are whimsical, some have a sci-fi influence, some are functional and some are, well, kind of weird.
Tony has shown his work and won awards at several galleries. His is currently on the Boards of Directors for the State of Maryland Art Council and The Gilchrist Gallery.
536 Mechanic Street
Cumberland, Maryland 21502
I68 East- take Exit 43C Downtown, turn left on to Queen City Blvd., turn left on to Harrison, turn right on to Centre Street and drive .8 miles then turn left on to Pear St., left on to Mechanic Street and studio is on right – 536 Mechanic Street, Cumberland.
I68 West- take Exit 43C Downtown, turn right on to Harrison, immediate left on to Centre Street and drive .8 miles then turn left on to Pear St, left on to Mechanic Street and studio is on the right – 536 Mechanic Street, Cumberland.