Interactive sculptures are non-motorized works. Therefore they are interactive - you place the marbles on the sculptures.

RBS 055 - "Wedding Gift" - 2015 - **SOLD** - Commission


RBS 020 - "Mystic" - 2010 - **SOLD**

Interactive rolling ball sculpture with 1" marbles. Powder coat painted. Signed, dated and numbered in metal.

I sometimes think I build these for me. I played with this sculpture a lot - very satisfying - especially the lower section where the balls flow from left to right.


RBS 019 - "Serendipity" - 2010 - **SOLD**

Interactive rolling ball sculpture with 1" marbles. Powder coat painted. Signed, dated and numbered in metal.

This one has a rather fun jump where the ball goes through a hoop. The corner pieces are made from left-over pieces - I like that I get to recycle the bits that get cut off.


RBS 011 - "Twinkle" - 2008 - **SOLD**

Interactive rolling ball sculpture with 1" marbles. Powder coat painted. Signed, dated and numbered in metal.

On this piece, I used the words around the perimeter to reflect the circle of life that we all are - we are a twinkle in our parent's eye, then we are awake and alive, and we dream dreams, we live and we learn, perhaps we get to create, then hopefully we get to love, and then in the end, we go to sleep again. I think if this sculpture was just a bit larger I would also have added Teach in there somewhere. It's hard to edit steel.


RBS 010 - "Blue" - 2008 - **Donated to Charity Auction**

Interactive rolling ball sculpture with 1" marbles. Powder coat painted. Signed, dated and numbered in metal.

Blue Ocean Wave Universe Light Aura One Serendipity Sky - words I love, so they are on the sculpture together - around the perimeter...


RBS 002 - "Secondo" - 2003 - **SOLD**

Interactive rolling ball sculpture with 1" marbles. Powder coat painted. Signed, dated and numbered in metal.

Named after the character of Secondo in the movie, "Big Night" - a really sweet little story about Brothers. And the third act is a poem. My first interactive piece, and also where I realized I could sign my works using bent metal.