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. He is currently on the Board of Directors of the Maryland State Arts Council and of the Gilchrist Gallery and Museum of the Arts.

536 Mechanic Street
Cumberland, Maryland 21502

Traveling West: Take I-68W to Exit 43C (Downtown).Turn right onto Harrison Street and then make an immediate left
onto Centre Street.* Drive 0.8 miles, then turn left onto Pear Street and left onto Mechanic Street. The studio is on
the right.

Traveling East: Take I-68E to Exit 43C (Downtown). Turn left onto Queen City Boulevard, left onto Harrison and right
onto Centre Street. Follow above directions from asterisk*.