Rise of the Midgard Serpent, 85’x4’x2.5′, recycled steel pipe, banks of Buffalo Bayou, Houston, Texas. Copyright Marc Rosenthal 1983

Midgard construction, 1983. Richard Alexander, master welder and fitter with Marc Rosenthal cutting recycled steel pipe from Hughes Tool Corporation.
Marc sand blasting the head of the Midgard Serpent, 1983
Marc finishing paint touch ups after sandblast and prime, 1983
Rise of the Midgard Serpent, permanent installation, Lake Woodlands, Texas, 1985
Symfonix, painted steel,108″ x 60″ x 60″, permanent installation, University of Houston Moores School of Music, 2019. Copyright Marc Rosenthal 1990
Symfonix, view from left side

Symfonix, view from right side


Broken Man, hand built stoneware, 25″ x 21″ x 17″, 2020, private collection

Broken Man, back view

Tumbler, maquette for larger sculpture, 7″ x 7″ x 2″, 2020
Running Man -Spring, Summer, and Fall, 18″ length x 10″ width x 8″ height, hand made stoneware ceramic figures, price on request

Standing Figure, maquette for larger sculpture, hand built stoneware, 10″ private collection

Standing Figure, raku fired ceramic, 64″ x 29″ x 12″, 2016

                             Standing Figure, back view

Standing Figure at sunset

Defiance, 33″ x 26″ x 18″, hand built stoneware with polyurethane paints, price on request

Defiance, left side view

Defiance, right side view

Wing, thrown and altered stoneware with added slabs, 16″ x 13″ x 11″

Wing, side view

Wing, back view

Flora, thrown altered stoneware with added slabs,12″ x 9″ x 9″
 Flora, side view

Flora, back view

Study for Arbor, extruded coils, hand built 8″ x 8″
Duality of Vessels, thrown, carved, and altered stoneware with polychrome paint.
Catfish, 14″ x 6″, raku fired ceramic, private collection, copyright Marc Rosenthal, 1978


Dogfish, 14″ x 7″, raku fired ceramic, private collection, copyright Marc Rosenthal 1978
Offish, slab built ceramic, acrylics, 24′ x 30″ x 13″ 1980

The Trout Quintet, hand built ceramic figures, wood furniture, private collection 1980

1 thought on “Sculpture”

  1. I love re-seeing these marvels❣️
    They evoke a Strong, visceral response, and for some, my emotions are different each time I view them.

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