My abstract sculpture incorporate steel remnants, wire, cable and found objects. These recycled parts and pieces are the foundation from which I build upon. The varying weights of steel that I use create volume and density, with an emphasis on rich textures. As the various sections are welded, surface areas are formed layer by layer. Some of these areas are semi-transparent, while others are solid, creating a relationship between positive and negative space. There is a sense of movement and fluidity in my work, so that your eye is taken around and through the piece. I strive to develop work that has a sense of continuity, yet with each new piece I challenge myself in my approach, form and technique.
The work has a strong connection to the natural elements of wind, sea, and land. The shapes that emerge relate to forms found in nature and the circumstances resulting from the force of nature.