Thursday, December 30, 2010


Typewriter and sewing machine parts.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Remy Cam

"Remy Cam"

Made from an old Vacuum tube, porcelin light fixtures, old tin, old tune-up wrenches, part of an old drill bit for a gun and door harware for a base.



Made from an old stove grille, a burnt vacuum tube, a porcelin light fixture and some old tin.

This Piece can be purchased at Gallery 9, 124 South 9th street, Lincoln, Ne.

Monday, December 27, 2010


One of my Leviathan series, but most people call them dragons. His body is a coaper coated steel lightning grounding rod (that would be pounded into the ground). His tail tip is from an old spring compressor tool. His head is a cultivator tine with rivets for eyes and ears cut from a handsaw blade. The wings are one piece and cut from an old shovel.


Here is "Grinder" with a great big smile. He's proabably abotu 15" long and stands about a foot tall.

This Piece can be purchased at Gallery 9, 124 South 9th street, Lincoln, Ne.

Saturday, December 11, 2010


Artworks for sale can be found at Gallery 9, 124 South 9th Street in Lincoln Nebraska.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

McClelland Gallery display Sept 19th to Oct 3rd

Here are some shots of the McClelland Gallery in the Ortner Center in Union College. Mostly older works, some of my favorites.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

I have a show, sharing with Carol and Gail, the month of September.

Hey all,
I haven't been very good at posting my new work lately, or anything for that matter. Just wanted to mention I'm having a show at Gallery 9, where I display my artwork, the month of September. I'm sharing the show with Carol and Gail. I don't have any pictures to post yet but it is what it is, please show if you can.
Takesha care,

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Puddle Dance

This is a new piece for the July Invitational show at the gallery. All old hand scythes and with a few square nails for character.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Tuesday, May 11, 2010


"Griffin" is an outdoor piece, he sits outside the gallery guarding the courtyard ready for sale. His main body is from an early 1900's school desk frame with crystal doorknob eyes and a rawhide bullwhip tail. This Piece can be purchased at Gallery 9, 124 South 9th street, Lincoln, Ne.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Rotunda Gallery Hours

Nebraska Unions

City – Today's Schedule

Nebraska Union Schedule

•Monday through Friday: 7 a.m. to 12 a.m.

•Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12 a.m.

•Sunday, 12 p.m. to 12 a.m.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Volume 1, Issue 3: Spring 2010. UNL Environmental Studies Program Newsletter

Here is an article on my art and "Trophy Buck" in the UNL Environmental Studies Program Newsletter,  Volume 1, Issue 3: Spring 2010:

Who said art couldn‘t be sus-tainable? Martell, NE artist Roy Stoner creates art from scrap metal. His funky yet sophisti-cated style is a great represen-tation of the junction of hu-mans, art, and sustainability. His works will be featured in the Rotunda Gallery in the UNL City Union April 19-23 in cele-bration of Earth Week.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

UNL Nebraska Unions City Rotunda Gallery

I had a request from the UNL Nebraska Unions City Rotunda Gallery to display my art in the following event:
Exhibit Title: Humans, Nature and Art
Exhibit Dates: Monday, April 19, 2010 – Friday, April 23, 2010
Exhibit Sponsor: The Environmental Resource Center
Contact(s): Katie Clear
Reception: TBA
This is a huge honor for me and I feel very thankful for the opportunity.
Please come check it out if you get the chance.

Thursday, April 1, 2010


Amongst the turmoil that surrounds him, "Unshaken" is his resolve.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010


Attempting to scare you is "51". He crawled out of a very old broken radio and a few of his buddies are following, just a few steps behind.

Saturday, March 20, 2010



Made from a Delco light plant from the 30's, that used to power a farm by charging 18 glass batteries the size of a car battery out in a small building. You would run the plant on kerosene or other light oil, or gasoline. This was before power lines got to to the farm. (the engine was Kuput' by the way so I used it for this and the tank).

Friday, March 19, 2010

Here is a link to the Gallery in which my art resides:

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

"Trophy Buck"

I call him "Trophy" (short for Trophy Buck). He's made from an old cast iron mop "squeezer", a couple of hinges for ears, two seed plates for eyes and what was left of a cob fork after Walter was made.
He's fully equipped for outdoors, "garden ready" you might say. This piece is available at gallery 9

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

I Declare to you "Drednaut". He captured his name that is cast in an old car jack that initiates his left upper thigh. Dred' stands at near six foot tall and weighs in somewhere around three hundred pounds. This is merely a guess deduced simply from trying to wheel him about :). He came to life on the floor of an old pole shed, as the three barn trolleys that elucidate his upper torso. They were aligned perfectly on the ground and the rest of his body streamed into my shop from every tin silo, chicken house, garage and now alternately used "hangar". He started as a World War II Army Officer, but soon laid forth his true nature. Sometimes I have them dead on true to form near the start. Then other times I'm not even close. I'm always given a vital organ in order to restore a breath of life into something once discarded. I shall go into further detail on Drednaut, at a later time, when I can stand in his midst and allow him to point himself out.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Henceforth I dare to cast my artwork into the currents of the net.
Hope you enjoy,