My sculpture nurtures a positive spirit - celebrating Self, Relationship and Community. It reflects my stand for the possibility that art is for the expression of love, joy and our interconnectedness. My work exhibits a constructivist approach in its design and fabrication which is a natural result of my years of architectural training and practice.
I was born in Schenectady, NY, studied fine art at Oberlin College and architecture at MIT. After residing in Boston and Houston I now live and practice sculpture in upstate NY in the town of Fayetteville.
My public sculpture has been included in Chicago’s Pierwalk, The Chesterwood Museum in Stockbridge, MA, The Wandell Sculpture Garden in Urbana, IL, The Oakton Sculpture Park in Des Plaines, IL, The Federal Reserve Board, Art in Public Places in Stamford, CT, Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston and the City of Syracuse, NY.
Through the use of color, humor, the play of ideas, the effects of light and space, my work invites the viewer to access their own spirit of playfulness and relatedness.