"I am primarily interested in line and form, the contours of the human body. I explore the figure in all of its imperfections. All sizes and shapes of the human body are beautiful and complete in my eyes. While at times, I use models for my work, I may not realistically portray them. I want to capture their mood, spirit, and their essence."
"My work is driven by my need to mold life out of clay. Clay is a wonderful medium with few boundaries. Wings can sprout on anyone and trees can have wheels. Clay enables me to transform the mundane into something magical."
"Form is always central to my work. The finishes are the alchemy where clay is transformed into art."
"Bronze work is an extension of clay with the added element of defying gravity. One single toe can be a balance point for a six-foot piece."
"My newest collection represents a personal artistic challenge in terms of scale and ambition. This venture into larger than life bronzes is transforming my artistic expression."
"My studio is in the iconic Industrial Center Building (ICB) in Sausalito CA, one of the largest collectives of artists on the West Coast. Over 100 artists work in this building and the influence of a community of artists in continually inspiring."
"Art is what we all cling to feed our souls… beauty, color, imagination, joy, and freedom especially in these times."
"My future work will become more and more abstracted as I continue to create larger bronze sculptures that are vertical and highly textured."