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  • Among the topics that I hope to address in my sculpture are: 1) the effects of time and our relationship to things, 2) culture and its by-products, and 3) objects that metaphorically manifest iconographic and mythological thoughts. As time passes we gain new perspectives on the world. Old things obtain value simply by their age, but
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  • This series of stones with cone-shaped voids addresses the beautiful and essential forms inherent in the natural phenomenon of geological erosion. River rocks are formed by the random forces of water and abrasion. There is a timeless quality to the millions of unique forms that we find in river beds throughout
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  • This series of stone carvings are based upon ancient oil lamps. I acquired my first lamp by chance at the antique fair in Arezzo in 1998, and then began noticing the compositional variations of examples in museums. The original lamps are made of terracotta using press molds and were made around the 2nd
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  • The "Time" sculptures are made of river rocks that descend from the marble quarries above Pietrasanta, Italy. The egg shapes of these rocks are naturally formed as they travel down the mountains and streams. The hourglass form carved into the rock alludes to the passage of time as well as stalagmites and
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  • These are renderings of prototypes for stone tables. Please email for information on purchasing or commissioning works: \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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  • I began to carve slate panels in 1995 when studying for my MFA and included several in my thesis exhibition. The surface created by splitting the stone to create thin panels leaves an attractive natural surface. In the ICONOMIA show in Florence in 2005 I presented Byzantine Madonna and Child icon images
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  • These are reproductions of fragments of classical sculptures. Please email for information on purchasing or commissioning works: \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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