The finished ice carving with blue light.
This sculpture was carved outside on a cool day. Ropes were added to carefully lift it on the table.
An ice carving for a thanksgiving banquet at a resort.
The finished piece with lighting, notice the turkey leg in with the fruits and veggies.
A chunk of scrap ice sculpted into acorn squash, orange, and an ear of corn.
A friendly ice snowman for a holiday gathering.
A close-up image of his friendly face.
An image from the back side, his candy cane can be seen through the ice.
A functional sculpture for serving ice-cold drinks.
A side view of the sculpture.
A close-up image of where the icy drinks emerge.
This sculpture was just set up from the freezer before it clears up, flowers are often placed in the middle.
Each 300-pound clear ice block must be tempered before carving, either heated up or cooled down. I've carved outside in the sun, and in a tight walk-in freezer depending on the needs of the ice block.
An ice clown made of colored ice scraps for my cousin's birthday, I'm the teenager on the left.
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