Cedar lumber is my primary sculptural material. In the solitude of my studio, I think with my pencil on paper.  Once I find a desired form, I cut and join pieces of lumber. A dialogue is created between the parts and the whole, the positive and the negative spaces. Colors, stains, and textures complete the process to make visible the internal logic of the work.

The structure of this sculpture plays with the idea of gravity and weight. It is soft yet firm, referencing body and movement.

45 x 31 x 9in (114 x 79 x 23cm)

In this sculpture, cedar and cement create a relationship informing each other through their structure and texture.

Side by Side
38 x 25 x 5in (94 x 64 x 13cm)
cedar, cement, pigment