Saints and Santas

Here are just a few examples of the kinds of figurines I make of stylized Saints and Santas. No two figures are alike as each one is individually hand made. Many people have given me ideas for santas that would be interesting to them. If you have someone in your life who would get a kick out of a santa enjoying a particular hobby or sport, give me a call and let's see if we can come up with something unique!!

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Old World Santas

Old World Christmas

I love the deep colors of these Santas from the Old Word. I build them over Perrier glass bottles! May hold bird and bird houses, a favorite them of mine. Some also carry gifts and greenery.

Approximately 8 1/2 “ Tall

Small Workshop Santas

The Night Before Christmas

These little guys are putting up their tools and getting ready to read to the little ones.

Approximately 8 1/2 “ Tall

Saints in a row

Saint Francis

Here in New Mexico, we often call him the Patron Saint of animals and especially birds. Saint Francis is often depicted in deep blue robes in the traditional Spanish painted retablos.

Approximately 5-1/2“ to 8“ Tall

San Pasqual

San Pasqual

San pasqual is the Patron Saint of Cooks! Here he is as a happy New Mexican holding chile ristras and cookbooks of traditional Southwestern cusine.

Approximately 8 1/2 “ Tall

Santa's Gone Fishing

Santa is a Great Fly Fisherman

Our daughter and son-in-law are the inspiration behind my fishing Santas. Note that Santa is an avid fan of fishing legend Taylor Streit.

Approximately 5-1/2“ to 8“ Tall

Santa Catches fish

Santa has a Great Fishing Instructor/Guide

With the right kind of teaching from the Taos Fly Shop, Santa has good luck at fishing as well.

Approximately 5" Tall

Golfing Santas


My nephew, Ben Greenwell, is a great golfer and, along with our cousin Candy, plays a lot of golf. Ben and Candy both inspired these golfing Santas.

Approximately 5" Tall

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