I wanted to become a sculptor because it was the easiest thing to do and the hardest thing for me to do at the same time. It was easy to do because I loved to do it. It was hard to do because (as I’ve come to learn thought experience) nothing is easy. There’s great satisfaction in taking something from idea to solid form. Along this journey creative thoughts enter into every aspect of the process and every step holds great potential. Yet materials and techniques are constantly pushing back against your ideas and you have to grow in knowledge and skill just to finish a project. It is this Yin and Yang that keep me engaged in sculpture and I am ever grateful to be a part of it.
6'7" tall by 6' wide by 4' deep
Boy on Roller Skates
Glamorous Days of Flight