Sculpture

The first wall hanging sculpture Jack ever constructed from 1995.   It was done as an exercise to play with Jack’s uncomfortableness with triangles. materials:  plywood, 2×4 ...
1996 materials:  various tools, metal and debris found on an old workbench, black lacquer, clear lacquer finish poured on, chartreuse oil paint, lumber, plywood
White made this for a chihuahua named ‘Daisy’. The house was designed so that only one of the three legs could be visible when looked at from any direction.
Jack’s studio in the Pioneer building made him the neighbor of many artists and artisans who also rented studios in the building. There was a group organized “Tile Art Show” where different ...
This working sculpture was designed and constructed by Jack at his Detroit studio in 1997.  It uses a “Squirrel Cage” industrial fan used for heating and cooling along with an old electric ...
1995 48” L x 48” T x 36” W materials:  plywood, 2×4 lumber, roofing tile, upholstery webbing, caulk, chartreuse, white, and black oil based paint, straw. information:  “jack designed and ...
This sculpture existed as a totally different form with three constructed vehicles screwed to a garbage found wooden plant mold form.  A customer at Jacks’ upholstery shop refused to pay a ...
2015 A tree was rotting away and dying and was suggested to be taken down.  Jack used this as inspiration for a “dead” sculpture as opposed to a living sculpture. Contract painter ...