Exhibition: 10th Anniversary, Part 2, 1996
Santa Fe Moon, 1996
Welded and machines aluminum
25' x 30' x 13.3"
The most important aspects of my work center around the relationship and interaction of the sculpture elements, its spatial articulation and that of the landscape, adjacent architecture and the human use of the space. I have made a concerted effort throughout my career to keep the visual vocabulary of my work simple, and yet allow this geometric simplicity to be energized in such a way as to create the illusion or implication of movement through space and time. This movement is at times inspired by machines and man made constructions. However, my recent works have become increasingly complex and at the same time more fluid, reflecting a somewhat natural botanical or zoological-like feeling.