From my childhood’s earliest memories, I have loved sculpture. Initially attracted by their forms, shapes and shadow, it was the deep feelings they communicated which truly spoke to me. Throughout my career as an artist, I have tried to translate these feelings into clay. Whether sculpting friends, lovers or mother/child relationships, I want to convey and share the beauty that I have experienced.
When I loose myself in the focus and rhythm of the work, when the muse is sitting on my shoulder and I am deeply in union with the piece, these are the moments I seek and savor.