17 x 13 x 2” Glass and copper
20 x 9 x 52” Glass, copper, wood
My work explores the touchstones of life, examining the emotional and intellectual response to events that affect my life. I address abuse, death, the ephemeral, greed and my ability to relinquish or take control.
I develop sculptures and installations using glass, cement, video, ice, steel and readymade objects. There are Platonic and existential aspirations that drive my work. I recognize that my work initially appears very simple in its presentation, but my sculptures present very complex ideas.
The need to express my life experiences is what drives my creative process. I develop contemplative works that rely on
light and shadows to elicit an emotional response.