figurative clay and steel sculptures are all about humans being. I am
fascinated by the world’s family brimming with mystery, diversity,
individuality and universality. My sculptures create a fellowship and
dialogue between human form and spirit and what I believe is
humankind’s most powerful global language – the voice of the
zooms in on
locations and circumstances surrounding or affecting human beings. These
acts, events and conditions are continuations of my sculptural essays on
the epic puzzle of human conduct. My lighthearted interpretations
of situations feature a humorous hodgepodge of body types, postures,
activities, attitudes and behaviors which create casual and amiable
parodies. The sculptures are topped off with titles inspired by a frequent use of puns which append a twist or spice to a
humdrum happening. SITuations spanned from 2007-2010.
acrylic painted clay 24" x
18" x 11"
One Too Meny
clay 13" x 18" x 11"
the Bored weathered
wood, wire 20" x 38" x 10"
The Bare Necessities clay, stone, Plexiglas,
steel 18" x 9" x 9"
Chair of the Board
scrap wood, acrylic painted clay
56" x 12" x 15"
ARToons glazed clay
6 1/4" x 6 1/4" x 2"