Alice's eye looks out over the lower half of a mandala, surveying the structure of the universe.
Arlan is the second in our Dia De Los Muertos series.
The strange name for this mandolin comes in a roundabout manner from the spiral motif below the eye. The Japanese word for spiral is Uzumaki. This is the second piece in this series - the first was named Uzumaki. So this one is 2Zumaki (or two-zumaki).
Chuck is the first in our Concentric Circles series.
Lamar gazes out over the roiling waves, from the light of the morning sun.
Half & Half is the first in our Dia De Los Muertos series.
Haws is an ukulele.
Julie's eye looks out over an aquatic landscape populated by a kelp forest, darting fish, and even a seahorse or two.
Blobby Lite shines a light on the difference between that which is seen, and that which is.
Kyle is the second in our Concentric Circles series.
Ray's eye looks out from behind verdant hills, to the waters just beyond.
Roy is the guitar that started it all.