About the Artist
For the last several years I have focused exclusively on building for the outdoors. My primary medium is steel, which I fabricate and have hot-dip galvanized.
Tubular structures resonate with me because they visually create and conceal space. I gravitate toward them as formal touchstones because there is an engaging ambiguity in the incrementally configuring structures and implied growth that they allow for. Mine is a fluid, invertebrate, baroque sculpture.
I live, work, and ride my bicycle in Kansas City, MO.
With Subterranean Figure, I am exploring our human tendency to find reflections of ourselves in the natural world. Though this sculpture is a faithful replication of a simple piece of ginger, the scale and material shifts the context enough to resonate with the viewer as an abstract form with a figurative presence.
Sponsors: Ravenswood Community Council, Greater Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce, Special Service Area #31