I am both a Studio Sculptor and a specialist in the design and construction of naturalistic land and waterscapes. This combination of interests has inspired an in-depth study of nature, sculpture and the human experience, and reflects my sculptural approach to the landscape features I create as well as my appreciation of nature in my sculptures.
Nature will always be the foundation of my work, as it reminds me of the interrelationship between all living things. I view my work as a journey of discovery, and a sharing of energy, as my thoughts inspire my work and the work inspires my thoughts. With my organic approach, there are inconsistencies in the process, as I am guided by the nature and individual characteristics of my materials, intuitive insights, and past experience. I struggle at times, I rejoice at times, but as my work evolves, I reflect on the world I live in today, the human condition, the state of the planet, and the endless possibilities.
Currently I am working in wood, steel, and stone. Utilizing both a subtractive and additive process where the combined materials merge to form abstract sculptures that convey aspects of human experience in a rapidly changing world.