Flight 5, 2010, steel, 79 x 40 x 34”
|I thrive on contrast. The materials I use reflect a biological reaction to internal and external stimulants. I place abstract emotions that offer no solid form before my viewer, yet I express such abstractions in three-dimensional spaces. Steel, along with clay can offer spontaneous contrast. Clay’s flexibility is temporary and has extreme limitations, while steel offers comfort of strength and stability. Both mediums have functional use, along with aesthetic beauty. Both are fortified and manipulated to create my art.|
Flight II, 2009, steel, 51x42x17"
Intrigue, 2009, steel, 43x54x18"
Flight III, 2009, steel, 27x28x15"
Vexed, 2010, mixed media, steel, ceramic, 45x17x16"
Sensory, 2010, steel, ceramic, grass, dirt, 56x27x13"
Vase Forms, 2010, stoneware, 16x12"
Sharing Thoughts, Cares and Inner Delights, 2010, stoneware, 12x12x12"
Lucidity in Flight, 2010, steel, 132x91x92"
Hunger, 2009, steel and stoneware, 23x18x15"
Function, 2009, steel and stoneware, 12x31x12"
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