I have created different forms of art over the years, and have found sculpting the most satisfying. Sculpting provides me with the ability to create an image that is both visual and tactile. Working with clay challenges me to translate an idea from my mind to a piece of clay. Using my hands to tell a story, or bring a memory to life is a very satisfying accomplishment.
My formal education in art started about 10 years ago when I began studying at Metropolitan State College of Denver, and then the Art Student League. However, my interest in art actually started back in the early 70’s when I attended one of the first Waterfowl Festivals in
My current work has centered around two themes, fish and birds. I am fascinated in the way both these animals move. There is an inherent beauty in the way a fish swims through the water, or a bird takes flight. This is what I want to share with my audience.