Throughout the years, I have expressed my artwork through many forms, but I’ve always found, I lean towards the impressionistic sometimes-abstract style of the natural world. This method of painting allows me to portray wildlife, in motion, at a distance.
Having attended sculpting through the USCAD program opened a new set of doors to my art. Using steel in abstract form, I am able to capture and define the basic power and essence of each subject. Simplifying structure and eliminating detail, allows my sculptures to boldly dominate the very area they inhabit.
I don’t look upon a finished piece of artwork as the beauty that existed at that very moment; rather, I wonder what I missed. Was there a fawn crouched in the grass? An owl partially hidden by a branch, watching my every move? Or, would the subject approve of this piece?
“Bloom” “L 6″ x W 6″x H 13.5” – A two pc Sculpture Steel, Paint
“Rock-a-bye-baby” ” L 10.25″ x W 6.5″ x H 9.5″ Steel, Paint
“Pablos Guitar” Collection Of The Artist – presently occupied.
“Mondheim” 12.75″ x 5″x7.5″ Stylized Mondrian Bird House Steel, Paint
” Crooner ” L 16″ x D 6″ x H 31″ Steel, Paint
“Sand Castle” L 8″ x W 9.75 H 19.5 Steel, Paint
“Vogel” 21.25″ x 5″ x 6.5″ Steel
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