Forces of Nature
May 29 - June 28, 2008
"This body of work references the landscape and environment
as metaphors for life as I tap into the subtle energies of nature and self.
Most of my forms relate to the notion of the vessel which I feel represents
containers of our spirits as metaphors for our person. I see a dance between
the forms. It teaches me that there is a rhythm to life, an ebb and flow with
ourselves and others as we continue to move inward and outward while maintaining
a sense of forward momentum.
"We are as much a part of the landscape as the mountain we
stand on. The sculptures are no longer objects to look at, but become spaces
to experience. I let the process lead me as I go ... each mark I make informs