# 88, Sky Woman, 2000
aluminum, bronze, leather, 25" x 14"
I was born and raised in Riverview, NY. I have remained in this area most of my life. I graduated from Saranac Central. I have worked numerous jobs over the years.
In 1996, I attended Clinton Community College to study Accounting, then studied Business Management (I didn't like either one). I took a class in 2-D design as a requirement and found I enjoyed it. It started me on my way to the "Arts". I took drawing and photography. I graduated in May 1999 with an AA degree in Liberal Arts.
In the fall of 1999, I started at PSU. Intro to 3-D design was one of my beginning classes. I've taken sculpture classes ever since. It's a lot of hard work and very time consuming, but I have found that the sculptures that comes from these labors are well worth the sacrifice. If I had known (in my earlier years) what I know now, I would have taken all the art classes I could. I would have been a lot happier.
Drawing, painting, photography, computer graphics and especially sculpture are all part of my life now. I love (and sometimes hate) every minute and wouldn't give up a moment, but I will gladly share these moments and sculptures with anyone.
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