One survivor stands among the fallen.
Are they brethren or victims?
Ancestors, or contemporaries?
“Within” is taking us to an inner space to suggest looking at ourselves…
Mirror utilizes simple geometric and figurative forms to
represent a simultaneity of body and landscape.
Fish don’t have fingers, so they can’t lift a shovel, but they actually can count.
Loosely modeled after the Eastern White Pine cone (Pinus Strobus), these three sculptures are in various states of opening and closing.
These stones were considered outcasts, rejected by their extractors and cast aside. They have since been broken, assembled, and placed with each other
As the idea evolves progressively we achieve greater aspects of what we are in all spheres of life. Nothing comes of nothing but from something hence evolving point.
CLOUD HANDS is a sculpture about the center. The center is created by humanity — the surrounding is different aspects of nature. Hopefully, the twain are in balance.
As society continues to evolve and develop, we continue to have an impact on our environment and all species.
This work represents the beautiful city of Nashua. With its people of different races, cultures, ages and minds.
The name “Pacha Mama” comes from the Quechua language of the ancient Incan Empire of northeast Argentina.
I have attempted to convey the feeling of a group of plant forms – shoots, leaves, ferns – growing upwards together.