I design my sculpture in the abstract because it allows me to
capture a deeper implication of emotions and meanings. Through my
work I strive to portray the emotions of interactions. They are
intended to represent experiences and to explore what is captivating
about an experience.
I am inspired by the interactions of people, the forms a person
creates, and the glimpse of dynamic space created by movement
between individuals. I am also inspired by what I see that is
innovative and exudes purpose with ingenuity. As I observe and live
among inspiration, I associate forms with experiences.
In each piece I want to captivate you with an enriching experience.
In the beginning the uniqueness of the use of medium peaks your
curiosity, attracting you to the piece. The direction of the lines
leads you around the piece by implying movement. As you explore the
form, the emotions it represents become apparent. The recognition of
these emotions forms as they spark memories of similar personal
experiences. As you reflect on the sculpture, you reflect on your
life. If you achieve a moment of pause, where daily life and
worries are out of focus while becoming absorbed with the sculpture,
then I have achieved my goal as an artist.