This page shows some of Joshua's favorite "commissioned"
sculptures ordered by friends and customers. Joshua enjoys making the items you
have seen on the catalog page, but really enjoys the challenge that comes with special
orders. We hope you enjoy viewing the talent displayed on this page, sculpted from the
hands of a 10 year old (now 12 years old).
Joshua's polymer clay relief sculpture
of of a bengal tiger. Click on image to enlarge.
Joshua's sculpture of
Eric Hollander trying to film closeups of the next shark thriller "Jaws 25".
(This image was edited in Photoshop) Click on image to enlarge.
Click here to see the sculpture mounted on
wood. Look below to see another scuplture that Joshua did for Eric. Click here
Joshua's life like polymer clay iguana mounted
on drift wood.
Click on image to enlarge.
And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all
in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him.
A commissioned sculpture of an exotic tropical
lion fish mounted inside a large stem glass with sea shells and sand.
Click on image to enlarge.
This sculpture was made as a thank you for Polyform Products who donated
SculpeyIII and Premo clay to Joshua for his book and first workshop. Santa was made on a
large glass ornament ball. Polymer clay elves are helping Santa pack up clay.
"In God We
In a time when we so often forget where our blessings and strengths come from, Joshua
created this sculpture to remind us who we are to put our trust in. This is
one of the larger scupltures that Joshua has done. Approx. size 9" x 13"
"...in God I have put my trust:" Psalm 56:4 "... we
trust in the living God, who is the Savior of all men, specially of those that
believe. 1 Timothy 4:10
"He Is Risen"
Joshua was asked to sculpt an "Easter" design, an "Easter Bunny"
didn't even enter his mind. This was a chance for him to express the true meaning of
Easter and give glory to God for our "Risen Saviour, Jesus Christ." This
sculpture shows a risen Jesus over an empty tomb, where the stone was rolled away. Inside
you'll find an empty bed and grave cloth. A tiny blue bird is perched on top of the stone
with a rabbit and flower garden to the right. Click on image to
"And the angel answered and said unto
the women, Fear not ye; for I know that ye seek Jesus, which was crucified. He is not
here; for He Is Risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord
lay." Matthew 28:5 & 6
Joshua made this sculpture as a gift for Erik Hollander of Art
of the Covenant (see our Links page to visit Erik's web site to
view the awesome Christian art work he offers through prints, T shirts and more.) Erik has
been a real blessing to Joshua. This sculpture challenged Joshua's skills, as he had only
been sculpting 5 months when he created this one. Erik is wearing one of his Christian T
shirts, holding a painter's palette in front of an easel displaying his best selling print
"Jesus Wept." Erik does a little sculpting as well as painting, and gladly
showed Joshua how to make a piece of purple clay look like a real robe drapped around a
rugged cross Joshua was making for an Easter design. We could have some really amazing
Child Artists today, if more adults would take the time to mentor and encourage other
children. Thanks Erik! Click on
image to enlarge.
"Pleasant words are as a honeycomb,
sweet to the soul, and health to the bones." Proverbs 16:24
"Indian Riding a
Joshua has many requests to sculpt Indians. This is one of
many Indian scenes he has done.
Joshua made this as a gift for his grandpa in Tennessee.
Several months ago, his Papa fell off the roof and was badly injured with a broken rib,
cuts and bruises. Even though this was a tragic accident, God used it for good. When the
doctors were doing x-rays to check for damage, they found cancer on his right kidney. This
allowed them to remove the cancer before it spread. So, this little Humpty represents the
fall of his Papa, with band-aids placed on areas that received cuts and stitches.
"And we know that all things work
together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His
Joshua's first self portrait is holding a miniature Noah's
Ark sculpture and wearing his favorite blue pocket T-shirt, blue jeans and brown laced up
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