My creatures have presence, vitality and energy.
Their creation takes a lot of intuition and I need to put my trust in the journey even when it’s a long one. When it is not just a body but feels alive and expressive, ready to run, swim, or raise their hands to heaven, my work is done.
The sculptures are made of wood, plaster, clay, cloth, paper and wire. They are recognizable as people or animals, but not one that you have seen. These are creatures of the mind. Since the dawn of humankind, we have imagined beings within natural forms. A collaboration between nature and fantasy. The flickering shadows, the thing in the corner of your eye, the creatures that exist in the margins of things; intangible and ambiguous. If you get really quiet and still, you will find them there.