Endless Trot was the first 55" diameter sphere to be completed.  It was comprised of my life's collection of used horseshoes.  Once completed the work was received so well I went on a mission to find more horseshoes and continue with the theme.  It has been a nice exercise in getting different expression out of basically the same raw material, by how the shoes are composed.  There are now no less than five models with surprisingly different expressions and a variety of sizes available.  To meet requests a 30" model has been created for much easier transportation. The 32" model refuses to fit in most SUV's, however, the slightly smaller diameter of the new model has saved many sales at the studio.  This model also fits standard doorways.  

Feelin' Lucky was the next sphere to be introduced.  This pattern kept the random arrangement of the shoes with some shamrocks worked in.  They stand out quite well and the 32" size has been very popular.  The sphere shown below has a 55" diameter.

This model of horseshoe sphere is titled Lucky Feelin' and incorporates shamrock patterns into the abstract arrangement of shoseshoes.

This model of horseshoe sphere is titled Lucky Feelin' and incorporates shamrock patterns into the abstract arrangement of shoseshoes.

I believe that Lucky Roller was the next model in the series.  This sphere is comprised of shamrocks only.  It is a bit more open than the other models and seems to work well with a busy backdrop.  I believe this model BELONGS in a casino!  The image below was shot at Studio JBONE and is juxtaposed here with 'Shroom in the background. 

Lucky Roller on ice at Studio JBONE.  This image was taken from inside the sphere looking out.

Lucky Roller on ice at Studio JBONE.  This image was taken from inside the sphere looking out.

This scene was to be discovered one fine day at studio JBONE.  Lucky Roller had been sited on an area of lawn.  Some high winds in the night provided just enough force to send it on a downhill roll into the pond, providing this Lucky photo op!

This scene was to be discovered one fine day at studio JBONE.  Lucky Roller had been sited on an area of lawn.  Some high winds in the night provided just enough force to send it on a downhill roll into the pond, providing this Lucky photo op!