A gallery of my smaller works, all of which are available for purchase. Contact me if you’re interested!
“Together.” Very abstracted human figures intertwined.
“Event Horizon.” The concept behind the sculpture has to do with the theorized existence of a gravitational border around a black hole beyond which nothing can escape. I wondered what it might look like to see something torn apart but not completely consumed by the black hole; what might the remnants look like as they were spun off into space?
“Ugly Duckling.” This little piece isn’t meant to look like a duck; it’s a reference to the Hans Christian Andersen story about finding your true self.
“Watermusic.” A simple, elegant design commissioned for a friend’s gorgeous home. Why I started making art in the first place!
“Meme.” Meant as a symbolic treatment of Richard Dawkins' "meme" concept
“SoundSpindle: Vivaldi's Spring.” Dichroic acrylic form based on the musical waveform of Vivaldi’s “Spring,” spun along an axis like a lathe-turned spindle.
“Duet.” Two heads, their mouths (very) open in song.
“Pas de Deux.” 1. A dance for two, especially a dance in ballet consisting of an entrée and adagio, a variation for each dancer, and a coda. 2. A close relationship between two people or things, as during an activity. 3. A dance performed by two dancers.
“Portal.” A doorway to another dimension, defined by layers of stainless steel. Jump through before it closes!
“Biomagnetism.” Biomagnetism is an olde-timey word for Animal Magnetism; I felt these two forms were so drawn to each other that it was breaking them.
“Transfigure.” (Transitive verb) - To change the form or appearance of; transform. synonym: convert. (Transitive verb) - To exalt or glorify.
“Split Infinitive.” A play on words in 3 dimensions. An infinitive verb form with an element, usually an adverb, interposed between to and the verb form, as in to boldly go. OR an infinity symbol, split.
“HexVortex.” Screen-like sculpture harkening back to Op Art with subtle Moire patterns