Visiting Yosemite for the first time was a turning point: I broke out of the square format, adding a sculptural dimension to my wall pieces as the metal took over.  
I find a rugged beauty in metal. Its unyielding strength becomes an invitation to tussle, to change its form. Using the strength of my hands and body, a flat sheet morphs into an undulating shape. Or, as a prospector of the land, I delve into an unassuming surface, and through chemical alterations, bring forth beauty from what was once plain.
Interlinked Sparkle Of Perception
2023, 16x18x5 inches, patinated steel/ copper/brass weaving

Meandering Dreams

2023, 12x19x5 inches, patinated steel/ copper/brass weaving

Mystic Twist Redo

2023, 20x18x4.5 inches, patinated steel/ copper/brass weaving​​​​​​​

Undulating Memory

2023, 22x11x7 inches, patinated steel/ copper/brass weaving​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Every Which Way

2021, 36x26x7 inches, patinated brass


2022, 49x42x9 inches, patinated brass

left to right:

Teuthalopod 2017  17x10x5 inches, brass/stee/lights

Discalopod 2017  18x6x3 inches, steel/cat fur  

Actinalopod 2017  26x6x2 inches copper/steel

Septolopod 2017  30x7x3 inches brass/steel lights

Oceanic One

2015, 20x 20x4 inches, patinated brass/ copper​​​​​​​

Oceanic Two 

2015, 27x 14x 4 inches, patinated brass/ copper​​​​​​​


2015, 25x 16x 9 inches, patinated steel/ copper​​​​​​​


2015, 43x 11x7 inches, steel/ brass/ aluminum​​​​​​​

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