Below are some older pieces from the mid- to late-90s, as representative of my work then. I did no sculpture between 1998 and 2015, as I was focused on jewelry repair and design during that time.
(my apologies for the quality of the images; they are a bit dated)
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Hand built from sheet steel, this dynamic character stands roughly 22" high and is about 30" long. Free-standing, his surface has been painted with a metallic silver paint. While shown here outdoors, he actually lives indoors.
Mobius incarnation of an amorous interaction. Cast, painted bronze on stone base. 14" width.
This sculpture emerged in answer to a request to make a dancer figure. Balancing on its forward foot, the arms and legs hold their form as the movement is defined by the silver arc. Made from welded steel and painted.
Two figures find each other in a crowd. They connect and embrace. Cast bronze on wooden base. Cast bronze and painted wood. 12" tall
Andrea remains one of my favorite pieces, although I've lost track of her. I built her from scrap steel. She is about 4feet long and about two feet high. She was purchased into a private collection in 1994. private collection