My architecture has always been abstract sculpture. After sculpting buildings and traveling the world, I have returned to the the figurative sculpture that I enjoyed in my youth. Now I feel driven to express the many ideas, stories, and precious encounters of a lifetime.
For me, the human body is the most mystical and beautiful thing in creation. In the body we can read emotions, thoughts, past experience, and even the future potential of a human life. The vocabulary of the body is movement and change. The challenge is to capture these most fleeting expressions in the solid and permanent materials of bronze or terra cotta. Sculpting becomes a form of story telling, and my bronze celebrates this intrinsic human activity. Inspiration I find in spiritual traditions and ancient myths.