I have used artwork to express my spiritual connection to all my relations in nature, (animal, vegetable and mineral) since I was a young child. First with crayons, then with oil painting and now I express those inner feelings in sculpting. I still love to draw, but many of my “sketches” are now in clay and later, bronze. The feeling of molding a likeness of a soaring hawk, the forms of a flower, or a magnificent mountain-scape makes me feel closer to the creator. I want to share my joy of nature with everyone, especially those who may not see natural beauty in their daily life. And for those who do experience the wonder of the natural world, I endeavor to capture the accurate details as well as the spirit of awe. I have been creating bronze sculptures over 15 years. Unlike many sculptors, I make my own molds, waxes, metal chases and patinas. Because I don’t farm these important parts of the process, I can maintain quality and keep costs down.
Sculpture, Ceramics, Metal
Head north on Broadway or 28th St. and pass where they join. Go about a mile further and turn right on Longhorn Rd. Take the second drive left and go to number 4, next to the last.