there are times when my ideas are expressed in sculpture,
I am primarily concerned with the functional object. For me,
it is a way to
celebrate the many “rituals”of our lives; rituals
we may not be aware of
but which, when celebrated, become meaningful, beautiful and
formal, extending the role of objects far beyond mere function.
The allure of the next idea, the challenge of realizing it,
and the ephemeral exultation, or “moment of truth”
that may or may not result from its realization are sequential
factors that drive me as an artist.
The most difficult and yet exciting of my chosen métier
is the virtual lack
of limitation in the metals themselves as a medium of expression.
thrusts the conception and development of ideas squarely in
The consequent decision-making is part of being an artist
– and a