St. Elmo's Fire
Rear View of Lighthouse
Rear View Closeup
Boulders & Stone Walls
Lower Storage Area
Entry Door
Main Room
Another Room and Fireplace
Smuggler's Hole
Open View of Lighthouse
Landing Dock
Attic/Spinning Room
Bedroom Chamber
View from Above
Main Room Unfurnished
Attic Rooms
Fire Pit in Tower
Closeup Open View
Smuggler's Hole
Entry to Storage Room
Full View
Second Main Room Unfinished

St. Elmo's Fire is a stunning lighthouse commissioned by Jim and Bev Greenwell. Within the towers gothic railing is a phenominal functioning crane with a rotating boom to assist in lifting logs to light the fire to illuminate the way for sailors nearing the vicinity of the lighthouse.

 

Rik and his assistant, Gary Prock, also designed the mounted canon that pivots to shoot in any direction to make a loud boom to be heard in the fog or to warn the sailors of inpending danger. Please come inside to see how Rik used Creative Paperclay® to detail the beautiful stone walls, fireplaces and living quarters.

This structure is proudly displayed in the entryway by their towering spiral staircase and is the focal point when entering their home.

St. Elmo’s Fire Detailed

by Jim & Bev Greenwell

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