My sculpture is about reinventing the human form to create a commentary of the human existence. By using a combination of materials and methods including paper mache, paint, construction materials, and assorted or discarded items, I create sculpture that contrasts everyday found objects with the beauty of the human form in unconventional ways. Some found items are used specifically as symbols while other items are used whimsically. And while sometimes provocative and serious, I attempt to bring a balance of humor and thoughtfulness to each piece. Not so much about the physical form as they are about our inner emotional frailties and strengths and the world we live in, these pieces push the viewer to see human form and function in new ways.
I love to experiment and try new ideas. Rather than feeling compelled to limit myself to a particular medium or technique, I like to work with multiple forms, and enjoy the challenges that each provide. I firmly believe that art is a reflection of life, which is constantly in a state of change. Whatever the medium, or method, I am driven to express myself artistically.